Effects of Organized Crime to Australia’s Economy

in Transnational Crime

Extortion, racketeering and organized crime activities in Australia costs the country up to $15. 8 Billion (15 Billion Australian Dollars).

The activities include human smuggling, money laundering, and amphetamine production.

Source: AFP, “Organised crime costs Australia $15 billion: study,” Google News, April 15, 2011.

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