Rapport de l’ONUDC sur la cocaïne 2023



Rapport de l’ONUDC sur la cocaïne 2023

5 avril 2023
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

L'ONUDC donne une vue d'ensemble d'un marché en plein essor, soulignant une augmentation de 35 % de la production mondiale de cocaïne après un ralentissement initial dû à la pandémie de COVID-19. Pour en savoir plus, en anglais, veuillez lire les informations ci-dessous.

The Global Report on Cocaine 2023 details how coca cultivation soared 35 per cent from 2020 to 2021, a record high and the sharpest year-to-year increase since 2016. The rise is a result of both an expansion in coca bush cultivation and improvements in the process of converting coca bush to cocaine hydrochloride.

The steep growth in supply has been matched by a similar swelling in demand, with many regions showing a steady rise in cocaine users over the past decade. While the cocaine market remains quite concentrated in the Americas and parts of Europe, the report warns that there is a strong potential for a large expansion in Africa and Asia.

Nevertheless, interceptions of cocaine shipments by law enforcement around the world have also risen sharply, with seizures reaching a record high of nearly 2,000 tons in 2021.