39 percent of men in Spain have visited the country’s prostitution industry at least once.
Internet piracy in Spain cost content holders up to $7.3 Billion (5.2 Billion Euros) in revenue in the first half of 2010. Music piracy caused $3.8 Billion (2.7 Billion Euros) in losses, with 97.8 percent of all music downloads illegally pirated. Movie piracy caused $2.6 Billion (1.8 Billion Euros) in losses, with 77 percent of all movie downloads illegally pirated. And video game piracy caused $369 Million (262 Million Euros) in losses, with 60 percent of all video games downloaded illegally pirated. In comparison, $2.2 Billion (1.5 Billion Euros) were legally generated by the content industry online during the same period.
In 2010, there were an estimated 300,000 women working as prostitutes in Spain. Although prostitution is not illegally, profiting from the sale of a person is illegal.
Below are selected prices that are paid to professional assassins on the black market.
Foreign citizens make up half of all arrests for organized crime in Spain, with many of them coming from Eastern Europe.
Drug trafficking on the Spanish island of Ibiza leads to 40,000 Ecstasy pills being sold every day on the island during the summer months. Drug trafficking gangs from Liverpool and Manchester sell ecstasy pills for $6 (5 Euros). In comparison, a bottle of beer sells for $15 (12 Euros) at high end clubs on the island.
45 percent of all European seizures for cocaine between 1998 to 2008 were in Spain.
Human trafficking victims in Spain make up to 90 percent of the entire prostitution industry in Spain.
In the second half of 2009, piracy in Spain cost $6.28 Billion (5.1 Billion Euros) to content producers. Legal sales…
Drug trafficking in Spain is estimated be valued at $95 billion.