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Introduction to the annual report
Chapter 1: Drug demand and drug supply
Chapter 2: Responses to drug use
Chapter 3: Selected issues
Chapter 4: The drugs problem in central and eastern European countries
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2001 Annual report on the state of the drugs problem in the European Union online

Annual Report in print

The EMCDDA launched its 2001 Annual report on the state of the drugs problem in the European Union on 20 November in Brussels. The report is available in the 11 official languages of the European Union and Norwegian. An expanded online version is available in English Portuguese, French and German.

 
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Three news releases summarise the main findings of the report and cover:
cocaine, infectious diseases and synthetic drugs; latest trends and responses; and the drug problem in central and eastern Europe.
21 November 2001

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20 November 2001
Highlights

Recent use of cannabis, amphetamines and cocaine among young adults in EU countries; Prevalence of problem drug use in the EU and Norway ; for more, go to the data library.
20 November 2001

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