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Jazayeri A. Global Drug market in Iran and other Countries. (2000-20.1). refahj. 2002; 2 (5) :271-300
URL: http://refahj.uswr.ac.ir/article-1-1835-en.html
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The narcotic drugs business find its abusement, nowadays, have been one of the most basic political, economic, health, cultural anti-family disorders in almost all over the world. Despite all technologic anti cultural developments, it seems that the tendency and interest of producers, distributors and users of these drugs in all different age levels are growing up increasingly. Unfortunately, this humanity disaster is deeply accessable. Even international statics approve increasing rate of using these drugs despite of all the informing efforts done to prevent people. In some cases, this disorder has put the political, economic and social security of the countries at risk. The international reports dealing with the narcotic drugs abusement, represent no ideal 0r even suitable solution that can be used in a total condition. It is obvious that having basic information and updated one and make it accessable for experts and programmers in reginal and international levels would be of good steps taken against the drugs. This article is considering two international reports about different economic, military and etc. viewpoints of narcotic drugs market which is provided by United Nations Drug Control Programs in order to be of great help of those who are involved with it.

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Received: 2015/08/20 | Accepted: 2015/08/20 | Published: 2015/08/20

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