Daesh earning USD 80 M monthly with 43% coming from oil – IHS Research Center

December 8, 2015 7:55 am 

MOSCOW, Dec. 7 — The terrorist group gets 46 percent of its revenue from oil sales and 50 percent from looting.

The Islamic State, known as Daesh in the Arab world and prohibited in Russia, the United States and other countries, will be bringing in approximately USD 80 million per month by the end of 2015, IHS, Inc. research center revealed Monday.

The researcher noted that the Islamic State makes approximately 50 percent of this revenue from taxes and confiscation in territories it occupies, and another 43 percent from oil sales.

"One of the Islamic State's main sources of income comes from taxation on economic activity and basic services, including electricity, mobile phone networks, internet access, retail, industry and agriculture, within territory it controls," said Ludovico Carlino, senior analyst at IHS and also on the IHS Conflict Monitor team. (PNA/Sputnik)

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