OECD TASK FORCE ON CHARTING
ILLICIT TRADE
Jack Radisch
OECD Public Governance and Territorial Development
Directorate
2nd ...
A Network to Fight Illicit Networks
OECD Task Force on
Charting Illicit Trade
Tobacco Narcotics
Counterfeit
Medicines
Traf...
• Nearly 30 percent of global adult alcohol consumption is
unrecorded/illicit.
• On average 15 percent alcohol consumption...
Excise tax on alcohol and unrecorded
APC across OECD countries, 2005
AUS
BEL
CHL
CZ
DEN
EST
FIN
FR
HUN
ICEIRE
NTLNZ
NOR
PO...
Regional breakdown of the global illicit
drug market in 2003, in USD billion
142
106
35
16
14 9
North America
Europe
Asia
...
• Illegal share of global tobacco market - 11 %.
• Annual revenue losses USD 40.5 billion .
• Biggest illicit cigarette ma...
10 largest markets for illicit tobacco (2007)
Note: Figures are based on updated estimates of the illicit cigarette trade ...
• Annual profits USD 31.6 billion for trafficking 2.45 M persons
across borders (ILO, 2005)
• 460 trafficking flows report...
• 5 major areas : Wildlife, Timber, Fisheries,
Waste and Chemicals.
• Estimated global value per year $30- $70 B, not
incl...
• Global losses estimated to reach USD 75
billion in 2010.
• The ratio between illegal and legal
pharmaceuticals is highes...
• Convergence where governance and law
enforcement is weak, corruption and
violence is high coupled with a sound
infrastru...
• Find geographical position of transit hubs
• Cross-sectoral data base,
increased/automated information sharing
• Harmoni...
THANK YOU!
jack.radisch@oecd.org
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This presentation by Jack Radisch was made at the 2nd Task Force Meeting on Charting Illicit Trade held on 5-7 March 2014. www.oecd.org/gov/risk/charting-illicit-trade-second-task-force-meeting.htm

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OECD, 2nd Task Force Meeting on Charting Illicit Trade - Jack Radisch

  1. 1. OECD TASK FORCE ON CHARTING ILLICIT TRADE Jack Radisch OECD Public Governance and Territorial Development Directorate 2nd Meeting of TF-CIT, Paris, March 5-7 2014
  2. 2. A Network to Fight Illicit Networks OECD Task Force on Charting Illicit Trade Tobacco Narcotics Counterfeit Medicines Trafficking in Persons Environmentally Sensitive Goods Corruption Illicit Financial Flows Other industries, e.g. Food? Electronics? Apparel? Cyber- crime Alcohol
  3. 3. • Nearly 30 percent of global adult alcohol consumption is unrecorded/illicit. • On average 15 percent alcohol consumption in OECD countries is unrecorded. • Low-income countries have a higher proportion of unrecorded alcohol to total alcohol consumption (approx. 40 – 50 percent) than high- income countries (approx. 11 – 30 percent) (WHO, 2011). • Information about counterfeit alcohol is limited to relatively small case studies Alcohol
  4. 4. Excise tax on alcohol and unrecorded APC across OECD countries, 2005 AUS BEL CHL CZ DEN EST FIN FR HUN ICEIRE NTLNZ NOR POL POT KORSLO SWE CH TUR UK 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% ProportionofunrecordedAPC Excise tax as a per cent of the total retail price for 1 litre of pure alcohol
  5. 5. Regional breakdown of the global illicit drug market in 2003, in USD billion 142 106 35 16 14 9 North America Europe Asia Oceania Africa Caribbean, South and Central America Source: adapted from UNODC (2011b), “Estimating illicit financial flows resulting from drug trafficking and other transnational organized crimes”, United Nations Office of Drug and Crime, accessed on 28 February 2014, www.unodc.org/documents/data-and-analysis/Studies/Illicit_financial_flows_2011_web.pdf
  6. 6. • Illegal share of global tobacco market - 11 %. • Annual revenue losses USD 40.5 billion . • Biggest illicit cigarette markets (in absolute values) are in China, Russia, the United States and the European Union. Tobacco
  7. 7. 10 largest markets for illicit tobacco (2007) Note: Figures are based on updated estimates of the illicit cigarette trade from 84 countries around the world, using the latest available estimates from 2007 or as close to 2007 as possible. Source: Joossens, L. (2011) “Pricing Policies and Control of Tobacco in Europe (PPACTE): Illicit tobacco trade in Europe: Issues and Solutions”, Pricing Policies and Control of Tobacco in Europe (PPACTE). 0 50 100 150 200 250 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% China Russian Federation United States EU Brazil Philippines India Indonesia Pakistan Turkey BillionCigarettes Percentageofillicitmarket Relative size (left axis) Absolute size (right axis)
  8. 8. • Annual profits USD 31.6 billion for trafficking 2.45 M persons across borders (ILO, 2005) • 460 trafficking flows reported (2007- 2010) • 20.9 million people were victims of forced labour (2012) • 73% reported victims trafficked across borders • Nearly 50 percent of all victims stay within the same geographical region (2012). Trafficking in Persons in numbers
  9. 9. • 5 major areas : Wildlife, Timber, Fisheries, Waste and Chemicals. • Estimated global value per year $30- $70 B, not including Wildlife (2009). Environmentally sensitive goods
  10. 10. • Global losses estimated to reach USD 75 billion in 2010. • The ratio between illegal and legal pharmaceuticals is highest in Africa. • Russia and the Ukraine are trafficking hubs of counterfeit medicines. Counterfeit Medicines
  11. 11. • Convergence where governance and law enforcement is weak, corruption and violence is high coupled with a sound infrastructure for globalization such as free trade zones. • Examples: – Illicit trade in drugs and trafficking in persons – IUU fishing and trafficking in persons Convergence of illicit trade
  12. 12. • Find geographical position of transit hubs • Cross-sectoral data base, increased/automated information sharing • Harmonised methodology for measurement Future Outlook
  13. 13. THANK YOU! jack.radisch@oecd.org

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