Drug trafficking on the black market in Switzerland leads to $2.9 Billion (3 Billion Swiss Francs) to be spent on illegal drugs within the country.
Switzerland losses up to $1.6 Billion from piracy.
The net profit of the estimated 40 million counterfeit watches sold each year is valued at roughly $1 billion. The trade is equal to 6 percent of the Swiss Watch Industry’s exports.
The prostitution industry in Switzerland is estimated to be worth $2.65 Billion, according to law enforcement.
1,500 to 3,000 victims of human trafficking are in Switzerland at any given time, according to law enforcement officials. A majority of the women who are victims of human trafficking in Switzerland end up working in the prostitution industry. Between 2003 and 2006, human trafficking has increased in the number of prostitutes in the city of Zurich by 20 percent.
40 million counterfeit watches are produced each year around the world. In contrast, 25 million watches are legitimately produced by the Swiss watch industry.
In Switzerland, out of the nearly 600 children adopted from abroad, 30 to 90 percent are handled outside of official channels.
The economic impact of undeclared work and unreported earnings by workers in Switzerland.