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Sep092011

What's Driving the Wildlife Trade? A review of expert opinion on economic and social drivers of the wildlife trade and trade control efforts in Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR and Vietnam

Document (PDF, 3 MB) (Executive summary, PDF, 620 KB) (October 2008). 103 pp. Published by World Bank and TRAFFIC. This study aimed to generate findings and recommendations that would be useful to governments, non-governmental organizations, donors and others in considering how interventions to reduce illegal and/or unsustainable wildlife trade might be applied more effectively in future.