2022 offers an opportunity to revamp our fight against illicit trade—let’s take it

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Gang members who sold illegal cigarettes on social media jailed for a total of 18 years

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Russia-s anti-illicit legislation shows signs of success-Q&A with Alexander Mironenko

All countries are affected by illicit trade. For Russia, the issue has been particularly damaging, costing billions of dollars in lost tax revenue every year.

Tackling modern-day slavery - Interview with the Mekong Club

The Mekong Club, a PMI IMPACT grantee, is a leading Hong Kong-based association dedicated to uniting corporations to fight modern-day slavery.

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Coronavirus worsens USD 4.4 billion global counterfeit medicine problem

Traffickers profiting from illicit trade in various consumer goods are quickly adapting their operations and finding new ways to cash in during the pandemic.

World Anti-Counterfeiting Day - What does anti-illicit need to look like in 2020?

OECD estimates that the volume of counterfeited and pirated products amounts to USD 509 billion, representing around 3.3 percent of world trade.

New KPMG Report - Illicit cigarettes in decline across Europe despite growth in illicit manufacturing within the EU

Consumption of illicit cigarettes is falling in 2019 despite an increase in illicit manufacturing within EU borders, according to KPMG’s latest study.