Illicit Trade in Times of Coronavirus


Download now to:

  • Learn about the growing threat illicit trade poses to governments and business around the world during the COVID-19 era
  • Understand key questions organisations must answer to mitigate the risk from illicit trade in post COVID-19 times

The economic impact of illicit trade is immense, with 3% of global GDP forecast to be lost to illicit activities such as counterfeiting, smuggling and tax leakage in 2020.

This white paper highlights the main drivers of illicit trade and how they are being boosted by the Coronavirus pandemic across many industries. Discover how the scarcity of goods, disruptions to the supply chain, restrictive measures like bans and decreased government enforcement are all driving illicit trade.

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