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Study says cartels are Mexico’s fifth-largest employer

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Cartels Are Mexico’s , Fifth-Largest Employer, Study Finds. ‘The Guardian’ reports that organized crime groups in Mexico have become the country’s fifth-largest employer with 175,000 members.

The Guardian reports that organized crime groups in Mexico have become the country’s fifth-largest employer with 175,000 members. A new study published in the journal ‘Science’ looked to mathematically model cartel membership and determine how levels of violence would respond to different policies.

A new study published in the journal ‘Science’ looked to mathematically model cartel membership and determine how levels of violence would respond to different policies. . According to the study, locking up cartel members will only serve to increase the murder rate. More than 1.7 million people in Latin America are incarcerated, and adding more people to saturated jails will not solve the insecurity problem, Insight Crime think tank report, via ‘The Guardian’. More than 1.7 million people in Latin America are incarcerated, and adding more people to saturated jails will not solve the insecurity problem, Insight Crime think tank report, via ‘The Guardian’.

The authors of the study argue that cutting cartel recruitment would be the best way to reduce bloodshed in the nation. The authors of the study argue that cutting cartel recruitment would be the best way to reduce bloodshed in the nation. Between 2007 and 2021, the number of homicides in Mexico more than tripled, with the government reporting 34,000 victims. Between 2007 and 2021, the number of homicides in Mexico more than tripled, with the government reporting 34,000 victims. The numbers equate to about 27 victims for every 100,000 inhabitants, making it one of the most dangerous countries in Latin America.

The numbers equate to about 27 victims for every 100,000 inhabitants, making it one of the most dangerous countries in Latin America. ‘The Guardian’ reports that the Sinaloa cartel and the Jalisco New Generation cartel have been fighting for domination at a national level. ‘The Guardian’ reports that the Sinaloa cartel and the Jalisco New Generation cartel have been fighting for domination at a national level. However, according to analysts, 198 armed groups have been identified in Mexico, many of which serve as subcontractors to larger cartels.

However, according to analysts, 198 armed groups have been identified in Mexico, many of which serve as subcontractors to larger cartels.

Victoria Dittmar, a researcher for Insight Crime, says that part of the difficulty her group faces is determining what constitutes membership in organized crime. It can be very difficult to say who is a member of a criminal organization, and who isn’t. What about a politician who receives money?

Article by Victoria Dittmar, Insight Crime researcher, via ‘The Guardian’

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