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Vietnamese Organized Crime in Czech Republic
Episode 124th December 2020 • OC24 Podcast • Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime
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24 Hour Conference on Global Organized Crime

As the first study in Central European countries, this book explains the ability of Vietnamese shadow businessmen and criminal delinquents as one part of the Czech Republic (CR) criminal underworld after the collapse of Soviet Union in 1989. Utilizing several primary data’s resources via in-depth interviews with law enforcement agencies (LEAs) and Vietnamese diaspora, the authors have deeply analyzed the nature of the structure and modus operandi of Vietnamese organized crime (VOC), focusing on two individual components, ‘the respected man and criminal boss’. The authors confirmed the VOC in the CR is ‘mainly based on their traditional “village mentality” and emigrants exploitation strategies.’ 

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