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Published: 24 November 2011

Global Agenda Council on Organized Crime

For the 2010-11 term, the Global Agenda Council on Organized Crime has decided to focus its efforts on the intersection between organized crime and the legitimate economy, examining the vulnerabilities which cause certain sectors or industries to be particularly prone to organized crime exploitation.

For the 2010-11 term, the Global Agenda Council on Organized Crime has decided to focus its efforts on the intersection between organized crime and the legitimate economy, examining the vulnerabilities which cause certain sectors or industries to be particularly prone to organized crime exploitation.

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