950 different criminal groups were involved in drug trafficking in 2004.
7.7 percent of the population in Poland smoked marijuana at least once in their lifetime, and 0.8 percent of the population last used cocaine in 2005.
In 2006, 718 cocaine labs and 14.7 tons of partially processed cocaine were seized by police in Peru.
44 tons of opium was produced in North Korea in 2005, according to estimates.
70,000 to 100,000 people in Mexico consume 5 to 10 metric tons of methamphetamine annually
Drug traffickers from Mexico supply 90 percent of the cocaine trade entering the United States enters through Mexico, along with an increasing amount of marijuana and methamphetamine.
According to drug trafficking experts, between 10 to 15 percent of the volume of drugs being smuggled across the border get seized.
2,500 people were killed in drug related murders in Mexico in 2007.
19,369 people were classified as drug addicts by the Malaysian Government in 2006.
Law enforcement officials estimates that there are 600,000 meth addicts and between 1 to 3 million casual users in Japan.