ILLICIT: How Smugglers, Traffickers, and Copycats are Hijacking the World Economy
By Moises Naim | November 9, 2005
The counterfeit trade is worth 630 billion dollars a year and it’s not just fashion items. There are fake airplane parts, medicines and even gas stations. Growth in trading people, arms and drugs is equally staggering. Technology has proved a boon not only to international terrorist groups but also to black-market networks, which are organized in remarkably similar ways.This audio was drawn from the Carnegie Council Public Affairs Program
|This audio is licensed under a Creative Commons License. |
Please read our usage policy.