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Confisctaed leopard skins, one example of an ongoing trade in China © Mark Atkinson / WWF

Wildlife Trade in China

Confisctaed leopard skins, one example of an ongoing trade in China © Mark Atkinson / WWF

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Published 16 mars 2010

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Les frontières poreuses entre la Chine et le Myanmar favorisent le commerce illégal des produits sauvages

Doha, Qatar, 16 Mars 2010—la porosité des frontières permet aux  fournisseurs du Myanmar d'offrir un service de distribution porte-à-porte, aux clients chinois,  pour les produits illégaux de faune tels que la moelle d’os de tigre, c’est le constat que dresse l’aperçu du dernier rapport de TRAFFIC sur les échanges de faune de la Chine.

L'état du commerce de la faune en 2008 en Chine

Report author(s):
Xu Hongfa, James Compton

Publication date:
March 2010

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