Precursors and Chemicals Frequently Used in the Illicit Manufacture of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances

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To prevent the diversion of precursor chemicals for use in the illicit manufacture of drugs, governments must have adequate legislation in line with the United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances as well as effective working mechanisms and procedures for information feedback between the authorities involved in the control of precursor chemicals. The International Narcotics Control Board in its report for 2003 examines actions taken recently and highlights both successful results and shortcomings that have been identified. The report focuses on major international operations launched with the assistance of the Board. It is divided into four parts, including treaty adherence and reporting by governments; prevention of diversion; overview and analysis of illicit traffic; and the annexes.
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United Nations Publications
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Mar 31, 2004
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Pages
98
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ISBN
9789211481730
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English
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Business & Economics / Reference
Political Science / Law Enforcement
Social Science / Criminology
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