Illicit Trafficking and Counterfeit Avoidance Strategy
Each year, a government can lose up to 40.5 billion in revenue from illicit trade of tobacco. In some countries you can find it as high as 40-50% of the overall tobacco market. Scopsis follows up with legislators and decision-makers around the world to provide solutions to counter illicit trafficking, counterfeit and terrorism.
Scopsis is the government’s trusted partner because we care about the details; we pride ourselves in “leaving no stone unturned” to determine insights that may otherwise be overlooked. We also work with a myriad of partners and experts worldwide to assist governments in implementing regulations on how to protect their products, documentation and assets from illicit trafficking, fraud and counterfeit.
We work closely with governments through Cyber intelligence along with our AI systems and help them set strategies to reduce illicit trafficking. Our sharp team of global experts can help each government in their country to put a new strategy and implement a plan on how to protect their assets and products from illicit trafficking and counterfeit to gain and increase the trust of the public.
If a government subsidizes original healthcare products, and they are being trafficked out of a country, this could cause a huge deficit in a government’s revenue; we help governments safeguard those products within the country’s borders. If illicit healthcare products are being produced and sold within the country, this could be very harmful for public health. We protect governments from losing integrity and call out counter-tax avoidance measures.