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Points out that, according to a study by the DEA, the FARC does not process and export of cocaine to the us. UU. In early 1990, one-third of the income of the Farc would have been coming from poppies. The DEA reported on July 9, 1997, that Farc factions raise funds, providing security services to traffickers and charge a fee for each gallon of chemical precursors, and each kilo of coca leaf and cocaine HCL scroll across your region. Some of these groups have helped to the drug traffickers for the storage and transportation of cocaine and marijuana in Colombia, and some units of the FARC in Colombia may be hired in trafficking of opiates. Klaus Nyholm of the program of United Nations for drug control in Colombia has taken note that in some areas, autonomous Farc fronts are closely related with processing cocaine and export, while the fronts of the Farc in other areas do not have such participation. Farc fronts that are involved, the units provide protection to coca growers and traffickers in exchange for an estimated tax at between 10 and 15 per cent of the value of the drug. Raul Reyes, a senior Farc official, explained to the Washington Post: are in charge of a tax.

We don’t do them any favors, and do us no. In the event that the economic base is the coca… thats what taxes do not directly to traffickers, but their intermediaries. In other regions plus taxes for farmers, the producers of sugar companies. More specifically, the Farc have a schedule of fees (weight) to provide protection and services to producers and drug traffickers. According to the armed forces of Colombia, in October 1999 the Farc charge $15. 70 per kilo of cocaine paste produced by laboratories, $52,60 per kilo for the production of cocaine chlorhydrate, 5.