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Apr162012

Ivory bangles and name seals seized in Guangdong, China

On 12th April 2012, Luohu Customs in Guangdong Province seized 5 kg of ivory products including bangles and name seals from two Chinese women arriving from Hong Kong. Both women claimed they were unaware it was illegal to carry ivory across borders.

More (in Chinese) at: http://www.legaldaily.com.cn/index/content/2012-04/15/content_3495228.htm?node=20908

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