Illicit trade : Fueling terror financing and organised crime
Illicit trade : Fueling terror financing...
The report discusses the socio-economic impact of illicit trade on the economies world over, with special emphasis on India
The report discusses the socio-economic impact of illicit trade on global and Indian economies, with focus on smuggling, counterfeiting and piracy. Further, the estimation of smuggling of goods such as gold, electronics, machinery etc. has been done. The report additionally illustrates the measures taken by government and industry in dealing with the problem of illicit trade in India, and provides recommendations on the way forward for the same.
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