More than 200 organised crime cases in BelgiumSaturday, 11 November 2017 18:02
For several years now, the majority of cases have been about money laundering (41%) or cocaine trafficking (19%). “There is still a high number of other socio-economic crimes (social fraud, VAT fraud, tax fraud…) and drug crimes”, says Jan Jambon.
The Minister’s statistics say the number of criminal organisations that produce cannabis has increased, while the number of synthetic drug cases has dropped.
Andy Sanchez (Source: Belga)
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