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Jan072008

Musk and sable skins seized

During a routine stop on 29 December 2007, Manzhouli Inspection and Quarantine Bureau officials found a Russian driver with 100 g of musk and 5 sable skins, worth an estimated CNY 16,000 (USD2,200) reports Xinhuanet-Inner Mongolia Channel

Xinhuanet-Inner Mongolia Channel
7 January 2008


http://www.nmg.xinhuanet.com/xwzx/2008-01/07/content_12147011.htm

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