The black market trade in fossils stolen from the richest Cretaceous fossil locality in the world has prompted a crackdown.
Kids' drinking is on the rise, a third of all booze is black market, and nearly half of us have never touched a drink.
So they get visas, but not work visas—forcing refugees onto the black market where they face exploitation.
Legalization of prescription-based opiate maintenance probably will not eradicate the black market, either.
With the number of dogs available sharply limited since dog sellers were treated as lowly criminals, a black market thrived.
A black market in poisons operated for a little while, but soon pinched out.
If it were in working order it would have been worth close to three hundred dollars—more than that on the black market.
The black market boys didn't like to have their customers robbed of scientific equipment; it might reflect back on them.
The silk was fine and beautiful, unquestionably pre-war and of black market origin.
There still were crooks who thought that the black market dealt in stolen goods of that sort.
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.