Profit From Match Fixing in Italy Between 2005 to 2011

in Business Risk, Transnational Crime

According to FIFA, organized crime groups made up to $2.75 Billion (2 Billion Euros) between 2005 and 2011 from illegal match fixing in soccer games in Italy.

Source: Tariq Panja, “Italian Match-Fixing Earned Up to $2.75 Billion Over Six Years, FIFA Says,” Bloomberg, October 17, 2011.

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