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NUEVO/El mercado de marfil en China podría estar disminuyendo gracias a prohibición doméstica https://t.co/Ze2uvweYMc

Following China’s announcement late last year of a domestic ivory trade ban by the end of 2017, TRAFFIC and WWF surveys have found that the number of ivory items offered for sale—in both legal and illegal ivory markets in China—has declined alongside falling ivory prices. Earlier this year, TRAFFIC and WWF researchers undertook a series of surveys of physical and online markets to assess their status after announcement of the incoming domestic ivory ban in China and the effectiveness of subsequent regulatory measures. The findings are now published in TRAFFIC and WWF’s new report Revisiting China’s ivory market in 2017.

Full article: https://www.worldwildlife.org/publications/new-study-find...

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