25,000 boxes of counterfeit Cuban cigars seized in 2005.
Between $80 Billion to $380 Billion is illegally gambled on National Football Games each year.
The International Federation of Spirits Producers stated that counterfeit alcohol leads to an estimated Euro 600 million to 900 ($1 Billion median) annual loss.
Counterfeit cigarettes leads to losses of $4 billion for cigarette manufacturers.
Alcohol smuggling on the black market generates $3.2 Billion.
Cigar Aficionado estimates that 80 to 90 percent of Cuban Cigars sold in the United States are counterfeit cigars.
Counterfeit cigarettes creates tax revenue losses of up to $500 million in Brazil.
Cigarette make Phillip Morris International claims that China produces 190 billion counterfeit cigarettes each year.
Police in China seized 9.07 billion counterfeit cigarettes in 2006. 6,334 people were arrested for selling counterfeit cigarettes, with 2,313 prosecuted.
41 billion counterfeit cigarettes produced each year in North Korea and are then sold in China, Japan, and the United States.