Economy Drives More Organized Retail Crime: NRF

Nine out of ten retailers (92%) report that their companies were victims of organized retail crime during the past year, up 8% from 2008, according to the fifth annual Organized Retail Crime survey conducted by the National Retail Federation.

WASHINGTON — Nine out of ten retailers (92%) report that their companies were victims of organized retail crime during the past year, up 8% from 2008, according to the fifth annual Organized Retail Crime survey conducted by the National Retail Federation here.

Nearly three-fourths (73%) of retailers also reported the level of organized retail crime activity has increased over the past 12 months, an increase of 11% from 2008.

"The unfortunate economic events of the past

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