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Non-renewable resource crimes

Western Asia

6.750.39

Western Asia

Criminality

6.02

Criminal markets

6.00

Criminal actors

6.05

Resilience

4.23

South America

6.580.20

South America

Criminality

5.94

Criminal markets

5.63

Criminal actors

6.26

Resilience

4.72

Central Africa

6.320.27

Central Africa

Criminality

5.06

Criminal markets

4.66

Criminal actors

5.45

Resilience

3.23

West Africa

5.930.13

West Africa

Criminality

5.44

Criminal markets

5.40

Criminal actors

5.49

Resilience

4.28

East Africa

5.830.55

East Africa

Criminality

5.88

Criminal markets

5.52

Criminal actors

6.23

Resilience

3.46

South-Eastern Asia

5.500.55

South-Eastern Asia

Criminality

5.82

Criminal markets

5.88

Criminal actors

5.75

Resilience

4.45

Central Asia and the Caucasus

5.440.06

Central Asia and the Caucasus

Criminality

4.48

Criminal markets

4.18

Criminal actors

4.78

Resilience

3.99

North Africa

5.170.09

North Africa

Criminality

5.08

Criminal markets

5.20

Criminal actors

4.97

Resilience

3.67

Southern Africa

5.120.31

Southern Africa

Criminality

4.83

Criminal markets

4.57

Criminal actors

5.08

Resilience

4.22

Central America

5.060.31

Central America

Criminality

6.28

Criminal markets

5.92

Criminal actors

6.64

Resilience

3.91

Southern Asia

5.000.12

Southern Asia

Criminality

5.46

Criminal markets

5.41

Criminal actors

5.50

Resilience

3.94

Eastern Asia

4.500.40

Eastern Asia

Criminality

4.80

Criminal markets

4.71

Criminal actors

4.90

Resilience

5.63

Central & Eastern Europe

4.470.35

Central & Eastern Europe

Criminality

5.37

Criminal markets

5.20

Criminal actors

5.53

Resilience

5.01

North America

3.750.00

North America

Criminality

4.78

Criminal markets

4.85

Criminal actors

4.70

Resilience

7.17

Western Europe

3.590.27

Western Europe

Criminality

4.43

Criminal markets

4.48

Criminal actors

4.38

Resilience

7.48

Melanesia

3.300.60

Melanesia

Criminality

3.83

Criminal markets

3.72

Criminal actors

3.94

Resilience

4.65

Southern Europe

3.000.06

Southern Europe

Criminality

4.73

Criminal markets

4.14

Criminal actors

5.33

Resilience

5.66

Caribbean

2.460.08

Caribbean

Criminality

3.91

Criminal markets

3.57

Criminal actors

4.25

Resilience

5.06

Northern Europe

2.250.06

Northern Europe

Criminality

3.86

Criminal markets

3.97

Criminal actors

3.75

Resilience

7.89

Australia and New Zealand

1.750.00

Australia and New Zealand

Criminality

4.04

Criminal markets

4.03

Criminal actors

4.05

Resilience

7.63

Micronesia

1.750.00

Micronesia

Criminality

2.57

Criminal markets

2.71

Criminal actors

2.43

Resilience

5.50

Polynesia

1.33-0.34

Polynesia

Criminality

2.58

Criminal markets

2.80

Criminal actors

2.37

Resilience

5.74

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The criminal markets score is represented by the pyramid base size and the criminal actors score is represented by the pyramid height, on a scale ranging from 1 to 10. The resilience score is represented by the panel height, which can be identified by the side of the panel.

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This report was funded in part by a grant from the United States Department of State.

ENACT is funded by the European Union and implemented by the Institute for Security Studies and INTERPOL, in affiliation with the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime.

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