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Tuesday
Jan132015

New Era Health Group makes formal commitment not to tolerate illegal wildlife trade

Beijing, China, 2015—New Era Health Group has become the first State-owned Chinese company to include a zero tolerance policy towards the use and gifting of illegal and endangered wildlife products within the company’s formal Code of Conduct.

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Thursday
Jan082015

Brisk trade threatens slow lorises

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 8th January 2015—A little-known venomous primate may be heading towards extinction due to the high demand for its use in traditional medicine.

Surveys conducted in early 2014 by Oxford Brookes University and TRAFFIC in the border area between China and Myanmar have revealed the scale of the trade in Bengal Slow Lorises.

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Wednesday
Jan072015

Meeting to expand the role of wildlife detector dogs in Asia

Ruili, Guangxi, China – In December 2014, the inaugural World Customs Organization (WCO) Asia/Pacific Regional Customs seminar on the use and training of detector dogs took place at Ruili Detector Dog Base, China.

The meeting, which took place in co-operation with TRAFFIC, was part of international efforts to expand the number of wildlife detector dogs in use in Asia and to increase the range of products they can detect.

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Tuesday
Jan062015

Wildlife seizures in 2014 highlight Lao PDR’s role in trafficking

Petaling Jaya, Malaysia, 6th January 2015—On 14th December 2014, French Customs officers discovered 170 baby Radiated Tortoises wrapped in sticky tape and hidden in the secret compartment of a crate transiting Paris’s main Charles de Gaulle airport en route to Lao PDR.

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Monday
Dec222014

Myanmar a gateway for illegal trade in Tigers and other wild cats to China

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Cambridge, UK, 22nd December 2014 - The trade in Tigers and other wild cat parts from Myanmar into China has grown in recent years while the same trade into Thailand has diminished, says a new study that scrutinises two decades of survey data in two border towns.

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