Authorities seized 2,700 cubic meters of illegally logged wood in Cambodia in 2009, up 400 cubic meters from 2008. From 2006 till 2009, the Ministry of Agriculture has seized more than 11,000 chainsaws from illegal loggers and destroyed over 3,000 of them. In addition, about 2,000 kilograms of dead and alive animals were confiscated from wildlife traffickers in Cambodia in 2009.
Alcohol beer smuggling in Cambodia lead to $22 Million in lost tax revenue in 2006.
Illegal logging in Cambodia creates a black market worth $13 Million a year.
According to a study released by Transparency International, 72 percent of Cambodians reported paying a bribe to officials in order to receive basic services in 2006.
Human trafficking forces up to 250,000 women and girls to work in the prostitution industry within Southeast Asia.
The prostitution industry in Cambodia generates $511 Million a year. Between 50,000 to 55,000 women are working in the prostitution industry.
Authorities in Cambodia seize over 10,000 pirated music CDs and pirated movie DVDs in Cambodia each year.
In 2008, Cambodia had 2,993 wildlife trafficking seizures throughout the country. That figure is down from the 6,294 seizures that took place in 2005. Authorities are not sure whether the drop is due to less wildlife trafficking activities or less wildlife traffickers being caught.