Posted on: Friday, April 29, 2016 ISIS runs fish farms, car dealerships to compensate for lost oil revenues Homeland Security News Wire
The U.S.-led coalition’s air strike have crippled the ISIS oil-smuggling-based economy, forcing the organization to rely on fish farming and car dealing as alternative money generating resources, a new report has revealed. In order to close a yawning gap in the organization’s once-lucrative $2.9 billion oil trading scheme, ISIS has now increasingly turned to other revenue streams.
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