Drug Trade

Drug trade may refer to:

  • Illegal drug trade, the manufacture and sale of illicit psychoactive substances
  • Pharmaceutical industry, the manufacture and sale of medical treatment chemicals

Other articles related to "drug trade, drug, drugs":

Matrix Knowledge Group - Notable Research and Media Coverage
... The illicit drug trade in the United Kingdom In partnership with the LSE, Matrix interviewed 222 drug dealers and traffickers in prisons across England ... Their work was notable for understanding the drug trade as any other business, though they also looked at the social organisation of the drug trade ...
Political Positions Of Dianne Feinstein - Crime and Drug Trafficking
... from Mexico and Central America as well as Taliban drug trafficking from Afghanistan ... The issue of tunnels being built into the United States from Mexico for the purpose of smuggling drugs has been a serious one ... to increase support of Mexican authorities working to dismantle the brutal drug cartels operating in Mexico ...
CIA Transnational Anti-crime And Anti-drug Activities - Drug Trade - Southwest Asia - Possible Effects On Iran
... that the US may have used groups involved in drug smuggling in an effort to destabilize Iran ... the weapons may be purchased through the drug trade, but Cheney believes they are being supplied by the government of Iran ... but are funded by allowing them to operate in the drug trade ...
Cocaine Cowboy - Synopsis
... Cocaine Cowboys chronicles the development of the illegal drug trade in Miami during the 1970s and 1980s with interviews of both law enforcement and organized crime leaders, in addition to news footage from the ... and early 1970s, marijuana was the primary import drug into the region ... Drug importers reveal several of the different methods used to import the drugs into Florida ...

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