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From the Proposals table page, you can download the IUCN/TRAFFIC Analyses of the Proposals to Amend the CITES Appendices submitted by Parties for consideration at this meeting. The documents are available in English, French and Spanish.

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TRAFFIC's Recommendations on each proposal are also available for download from the Proposals table page.

The documents are available in  English (PDF, 700 KB) and French (PDF, 800 KB) and Spanish (400 KB) and Chinese (2.6 MB) and Japanese (1.1 MB).

 

TRAFFIC's Recommendations on each of the listing proposals - available from the proposals table page

The Proposals to Amend the Appendices are only part of an extensive agenda to be discussed in Bangkok. The formal documents for the entire meeting are available on the CITES website.