Italian Mafia Annual Revenue

in Transnational Crime

The following is the estimated revenue of Mafia syndicates in Italy based upon data from the Interior Ministry and other crime statistics.

Camorra: $5 Billion (€3.75 Billion)

‘Ndrangheta: $4.6 Billion (€3.5 Billion)

Cosa Nostra: $2.5 (€1.9 Billion)

In terms of size and market reach, the Camorra and ‘Ndrangheta together account for 70 percent of all racketeering by organized crime groups in the country.

Source:  “Italy wants cross border action to tackle the mafia,” euronews, February 15, 2013.

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