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Addressing corruption in CITES documentation processes

Published 06 Tháng ba 2020

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New study lifts the lid on addressing corruption in CITES documentation processes

Cambridge, UK, 6th March 2020—a new TRAFFIC-authored study examines the thorny issue of corruption and how it relates to abuse of permitting systems operated to regulate wildlife trade under the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). 

Addressing corruption in CITES documentation processes

Report author(s):
Willow Outhwaite

Publication date:
March 2020

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