Smuggling and organized crime


Datafolha research, commissioned by the Brazilian Institute of Ethics in Competition (ETCO), shows that 75% of Brazilians believe that the reduction of taxes on national cigarettes would contribute to the fight against organized crime. Cigarette smuggling, mainly from Paraguay, is the one who supplies the cash and funds the activities of criminal factions, such as drug and arms trafficking.

Check the search result in PDF format

Check out the results of the survey conducted between August 23 and 27, 2016, with 2.081 people in Brazil.


Brazilians' perception of smuggling

In March 2018, ETCO sponsored a new search of Datafolha on the perception of Brazilians in relation to smuggling. Check out.