Cigarette smuggling seizures in Malaysia lead to the destroying of over $7 million (25 million Malaysian Ringgit) worth of smuggled cigarettes that was seized in 2008. The cigarette smuggling activity represented a loss to the government of close to $28 million (100 million Malaysian Ringgit).
Oil smuggling in Malaysia led to the loss of $175 Million a year in revenue.
Gas smuggling activities bring in 100,000 liters of gas into Thailand every day from Malaysia.
55 business were raided by Malaysian authorities in 2007 for using pirated software, the highest ever number of raids conducted. A total of RM 4.5 million ($138 Million) of pirated software and equipment were seized during those raids.
The main source of counterfeit electrical equipment seized in the European Union came from Malaysia.
Around 5 million pirated movie and music discs were seized in Malaysia in 2006, with 780 people being arrested.
19,369 people were classified as drug addicts by the Malaysian Government in 2006.
Number of illegal immigrants living in Malaysia as of 2007. Also, the prices that these illegal immigrants pay human smugglers in Thailand to be brought into Malaysia.