Top 10 black market crime value per country

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Drugs, counterfeiting, smuggling, software piracy and prostitution. Just a few examples of goods and services that aren’t stored on the shelves of an average store. In order to buy them you’ve got to go underground. In almost any country there is a vivid black market where money is withdrawn from the official economy, leaving governments with less tax revenues and a destabilized society. Below is a list of the black market crime value per country in dollars!

Top 10 black market crime value per country

  1. Germany – $39.67 Billion
  2. Russia – $49.04 Billion
  3. United Kingdom – $59.66 Billion
  4. Canada – $77.83 Billion
  5. Japan – $108.3 Billion
  6. Italy – $111.05 Billion
  7. Spain – $123.59 Billion
  8. Mexico – $126.08 Billion
  9. China – $261 Billion
  10. United States – $625.63 Billion

Source: Havocscope

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