Mexican cartels entering European market through Spain

Posted on October 14, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Drug Activity, Mexico, Organized Crime, Police/Military Activity

The billionaire cocaine business has a new competitor. The feared Mexican cartels have already organized the first rounds to break into the European market through Spain, a territory already conquered Colombian traffickers, with the help of its partners Galicians, for almost three decades.

If symptoms were noted in 2007 that the best example of organized crime trying to enter Europe, now the police have no doubts. Mexican cartels seek to gain control of the export of cocaine in the Old Continent, where, in percentage terms, the demand is higher than in the U.S., and prices higher. Read Article

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