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illegal activities

any activities that, because they are prohibited by law, are excluded from a country's NATIONAL INCOME ACCOUNTS. Drug smuggling, for example, is illegal and therefore not included as part of legitimate economic activity. See BLACK ECONOMY, BLACK MARKET.
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Under the program, CMP members, who are mostly drug surrenderees, conduct constant monitoring against those who are suspected of being engaged in illegal activities in their area.
The officials of the interstate border districts discussed on curbing illegal activities and anti-social activities during the elections.
According to the Dutch website, the researchers said that about $72bn of illegal activities per year involve bitcoin, which nears the scale of the US and European illegal drug markets.
The administration has observed that with the recall of Area Councils' Zonal Land Managers and Zonal Planning Officers back to the mainstream, as well as the suspension of Land allocation by the six Area Councils of the Territory, the illegal activities still persist.
Extortion demands, threats by land mafia and murder threats from within the jail are some of the illegal activities that keep the businesses of the locked up criminals running.
Based on the PNP data, majority of the policemen who are involved in various illegal activities are those with the rank of Police Officer 1.
According to IFA Secretary, Syed Sharafat Hussain both referees were involved in the illegal activities and rules against the IFA.
Raipur (Chhattisgarh) [India], October 26 ( ANI ): Minister of State for Home Affairs Hansraj Ahir has said there are certain sects of immigrants that are involved in illegal activities, although citizens from all countries are welcome to stay in the country, adding that Nigerians in Delhi were involved in drug-dealing.
The police also will intensify traffic awareness among public to reduce accidents and educate them to cooperate with police in order to curb illegal activities.
This operation is part of a broader strategy aimed at stamping out illegal activities that can harm and negatively affect people's health and wellbeing.
Backing the proposal to "nationalise the Sweep" Mr FitzGerald said "to put it on a fully legal basis, no longer dependent on illegal activities overseas, is a very attractive one".
They were carrying out illegal activities such as making fake passports, driving licenses and other documents.