Would he mind, she wondered, carrying the package of black-market tea that she was bringing her mother?
On the black-market, Iranian moneylenders peg the real exchange rate far higher, at more than 35,000 rials per dollar.
The black-market channels which ferry ivory from poachers are often the same used for illegal arms, drugs, and trafficked labor.
Siddiqui is suspected of dealing with $19 million worth of black-market diamonds to pay for al Qaeda attacks.
On the street level, black-market banks in China never advertise their enterprise.
The illegal buying and selling of goods above the price fixed by a government. Black markets usually develop when, because of war, disaster, or public policy, a government tries to set prices for commodities instead of allowing the normal operations of supply and demand to set prices.