2008. október 1., szerda

Rare as a ...

I found this: "Albinism is a rare disorder found in fewer than five people per 100,000 in the United States and Europe. Other parts of the world have a much higher rate; for example, albinism is found in about 20 out of every 100,000 people in southern Nigeria."  source: http://www.answers.com/topic/albinism

If I compare it to AEO/EORI …
There would be approximatelly 2.000.000-20.000.000 economic operators in the EORI (sorry we don't have exact figures, yet) - it means that 100-1000 is the number of albinos expected … wow, this is exactly around the number of AEO …see for yourself: http://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/dds/cgi-bin/aeoaeolist?Lang=EN&Name=&Country=&Types=AEOC%2CAEOS%2CAEOF&Offset=1

So why do we spend 10% (or more) of the resources on cases representing approx. 0,005%? (theoretical question - please do not try to answer)

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