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Table PPP-7. Purity of cocaine products at retail level, 2006 [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 3780.197.552.7
Bulgaria 454803630272807680
Czech Republic 120.667.140.2
Estonia 364883412
Greece 0.89550.290
Spain 44
France-A 9920845281165876487
France-B 17100.490614610239736070
France-C 373088270
Latvia 322753120
Lithuania 28208846
Luxembourg 501210061.8
Hungary 6510803433
Malta 3523.6614751.7364.783.678.4
Netherlands 58409952.8
Austria 2180.59332.327.6121281.640.729.6
Poland 812.280.844.635
Portugal 339.187.444.6334.561.847.2
Slovakia(1) (2)290.658.145.835.3
Finland 80238451
United Kingdom (4)244619534.582312310049.537


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

 Data were not available in 2006 for the un-listed EU Member States. 

 The minimum ‘zero’ values represent a value greater than zero but lower than the minimum sensitivity threshold that allows a robust estimate. 

 (1) Data reported as mode, most frequent (typical) purity, are actually the median. 

 (2) Data reported as means is actually a weighted mean. 

 (3) Data reported as means is actually the median. 

 (4) Data refer to England and Wales only. 


 Reitox national focal points. See also Table PPP-7 partii

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