The mafia’s share of Italy’s gross domestic product. From Foreign Policy’s Passport blog:
According to a recently released annual report by Confesercenti, a major business association in Italy, the four main mafia groups in the country together earn about $126 billion a year (more than Italy’s largest companies), amounting to an astonishing 7 percent of Italy’s GDP.
The other 93 percent? Marcello Mastroianni’s hair. —Brendan Mackie