Yaa-baa. Production, Traffic and Consumption of Methamphetamine in Mainland Southeast Asia

By: CHOUVY, PIERRE-ARNAUD

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Yaa-baa. Production, Traffic and Consumption of Methamphetamine in Mainland Southeast Asia by CHOUVY, PIERRE-ARNAUD AND JOEL MEISSONNIER
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Singapore.: Singapore University Press.. 2004.. Maps, xxii + 210pp, paperback.notes, glossary, bibliography, index, paperback. "This book's main contribution is that it is the first to deal with methamphetamines in Southeast Asia, the abuse of which is spreading rapidly, especially in Thailand. Until only about a decade ago, the drug, known in Thai as yaa maa (horse medicine), was used mainly by truck drivers and construction workers. But in the early 1990s, large-scale production of cheap methamphetamines (now known as yaa baa, or madness medicine) in Burma began." Publisher's description. .

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