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Malaysia's Invisible Ivory Channel: An assessment of ivory seizures involving Malaysia from January 2003 - May 2014

Document (PDF, 3MB) by Kanitha Krishnasamy (September 2016). TRAFFIC. Southeast Asia Regional Office, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.  ISBN no: 978-983-3393-52-7. This report discusses some insights from the ivory seizures over the period Jan 2003 - May 2014, as well as highlighting needs and opportunities in order for Malaysia to remove itself from its current position as a country of international concern for illicit trade in ivory under CITES.