Economic espionage activities by Chinese cyberspies steal an estimated $40 to $50 Billion worth of intellectual property from United States organizations each year.
Illegal logging in China lead to $3.8 Billion worth of timber to have been imported into the United States in 2008.
Illegal logging lead to more than 90 percent of the 270,000 cubic meters of logs and the 170,00 cubic meters of sawn timber imported into China from Myanmar to be illegal.
Illegal logging from China accounts for ten percent of the global trade in timber.
Chinese knockoffs are believed to be responsible for gains of up to one-third in market share in the online game industry.
Wildlife trafficking kills 100,000 pangolins each year in order to meet the demand for it in China. Pangolins are believed to help blood circulation problems and skin conditions.
The estimated number of prostitutes in China ranged from one million people to 10 million.
Human smuggling on the US-Mexico border lead to 262 Chinese citizens to be detained in the first 9 months of 2009. Between 2005 and 2009, and average of 32 Chinese citizens were caught in the human smuggling on the US-Mexico border.
Between 2007 and 2009, US Border Patrol Agents apprehended 2, 285 illegal immigrants from China attempting to enter the United States from the US-Mexico border. In addition to the Chinese, those apprehend by Border Patrol included nearly a thousands people from Europe, 80 from Pakistan, 36 from Somalia, 19 from Yemen, 25 from Iraq and 26 from Iran.
The cost to legally incinerate trash in the Netherlands is 4 times more expensive than to smuggle it to China on the black market for illegal dumping.