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Paraguay becomes active cocaine link and supply chain

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - An investigation work highlights the drug business era where production, transport, and distribution are part of a supply chain based on the logic of leasing and the provision of services.

Drug traffickers have found in Paraguay a fertile ground for laundering their assets with investments ranging from construction, land purchase, service stations, hotels, border universities, and even pharmacies. This is the conclusion of an investigation by sociologist Carlos Peris, who concludes that Paraguay is no longer a transit territory but rather an active link in cocaine production.

The sociologist cross-referenced data with the Prosecutor's . . .

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