According to the US Office of National Drug Control Policy, Bolivia produced 195 metric tons of cocaine in 2009 and Peru produced 225 metric tons of cocaine in 2009.
Movie piracy in Peru accounts for 98 percent of all DVD sales in the county.
In 2009, 45.4 percent of coca was from Peru, 39.3 from Colombia and 15.3 percent from Bolivia. 119,000 metric tons of coca leaf was from Peru, with Colombia producing 103,000 metric tons.
In the ten years between 1998 to 2008, the area devoted to coca cultivation in Peru increased by 45 percent. In 2008 alone, the area of coca cultivation increased by 4.5 percent in Peru from the previous year.
According to the United Nations, in 2008 South America had 167,600 hectares devoted to cocaine production, a decrease of 8 percent of 2007. The cultivation area of Colombia accounted for 430 tons of cocaine, or 48.3 percent of the total amount cultivated in South America. Peru accounted for 302 tons, or 33.5 percent of the total amount.
At the start of 2010, Colombia was the largest producer of Cocaine in the world, followed by Peru.
90 percent of all coca harvested in Peru ends up as cocaine, with the remaining coca used as tea or chewed as a mild stimulant.
Illegal logging in Peru lead to an estimated $44.5 Million in losses in 2005.
Cocaine that is produced in Peru generates an estimated $20 Billion a year in sales around the world.
In FY09, authorities in the United States seized $7.8 Million in counterfeit dollars that was believed to have been manufactured in Peru. In addition, more than $18.2 Million in fake dollars was also seized in raids conducted in Peru.