Italy, Calabria 2007. The Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta is one of the most powerful and ruthless organized crime organizations in Italy.Italian anti-organized crime agencies estimated in 2007 that the ‘Ndrangheta has annual revenue of about € 35–40 billion (US$50–60 billion), which amounts to approximately 3.5% of the GDP of Italy. This comes mostly from illegal drug trafficking, but also from ostensibly legal business such as construction, restaurants and supermarkets.