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Tuesday
Jun012010

The Control of Wildlife Trade in Greece

Document 1: Elizabeth Fleming. (1993). 51pp. (Greek edition).

Document 2: De Meulenaer, Julie Gray. (July 1992). 37pp. ISBN 0 94761 384 6 (ISBN 978 0 94761 384 6). This report documents the findings of a survey of wildlife trade prior to the country's ratification of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), but when the country was already bound by its membership in the European Community to enforce the EC CITES regulation. Species in Danger series.