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Mexico suffers the costs of lawlessness in its economy

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Surveys conducted by Mexico’s national statistical agency suggest that dealing with crime and violence may be costing the country a substantial 2-3% of GDP a year, with most of that from direct losses and perhaps one-third from the expense of prevention.

The bulk of that burden falls on the private sector.

Source: Financial Times