Definition of drug trafficking

Drug trafficking is the illegal trade in toxic drugs in large quantities. This process, which begins with the culture of the substances, then happening to then beer production in the distribution and sale is usually done by several cartels, each of them being specialized in a certain portion of the chain. The largest groups engaged in drug trafficking are present all over the world and have more or less similar to that of a Government. Their members have important arms and their leaders BREW of huge fortunes.
Because illegal, drugs acquired great economic value. There is a situation of shortage and drug addicts are willing to pay any price, whatever the cost, to access such substances. It is for this reason that drug trafficking is a profitable as much risky business.
The lack of legalization of certain drugs, such as cocaine or heroin, is not random. This kind of substances causes serious and irreversible damage to the consumer. In addition, their consumption generates violence, encourages crime and leaves many people out of the social system.
Most international legislation prohibits the production, distribution and sale of drugs with the exception of those used in the context of medicine and of certain substances which are socially tolerated (like alcohol and tobacco). Consumers are not penalized, given that these are for people who need help for their recovery.
The so-called third world countries located in South America and Asia, are the biggest producers of drugs, while major consumer markets are located in the USA and Europe.

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