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Table PPP-7. Purity of cocaine products at retail level, 2005 [see all tables in this series...]

Part (i) Minimum, maximum, mean and modal (typical) purity recorded (percentage)

CountryCocaine Crack
Sample sizeMin.Max.MeanModeSample sizeMin.Max.MeanMode
Belgium 2822895942
Bulgaria 281593530
Czech Republic 25121005654
Denmark(1)6917827251 55
Germany(2)3696 34
Estonia 478993932
Greece 6810069
Spain 43
France 1128LT5915476148917591
Latvia 2422663926
Lithuania 13864933
Luxembourg 3328955245
Hungary 4420603635 ; 40
Malta 321457460.5
Netherlands-A 570 8954
Netherlands-B 165 8945
Austria 2180943851
Poland 620887778
Portugal 3411753320
Slovenia 11913803739
United Kingdom(4)24081994324286761006585
Norway 13929950


 Min. = minimum purity recorded; Max. = maximum purity recorded; Mean = mean purity recorded; Mode = Most frequent (typical) purity recorded.   

 LT = less than.                         

 Data were not available in 2005 for the unlisted EU Member States and Turkey   

 (1) Data reported as modes are actually median values.   

 (2) The value reported as mean is actually the median.   

 (3) The value reported as mean is actually the weighted mean.   

 (4) Data refer to England and Wales only.   


 Reitox national focal points, see Table PPP-7 part (ii).   

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