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IUCN Publication

The Southern Bluefin Tuna market in China

To gain a better understanding of the presence and potential sources of Southern Bluefish Tuna traded and/or consumed in mainland China, desk-based research and a market survey “snapshot” were carried out.

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2017
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Closing strategy : ending ivory trade in Hong Kong

Hong Kong was once a prominent trading centre for ivory in the 1970s and 1980s, but the industry contracted considerably following the implementation of CITES trade restrictions in 1990, and waning demand from traditional overseas consumers.

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2017
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Humphead (Napoleon) wrasse Cheilinus undulatus trade into and through Hong Kong

The Humphead Wrasse Cheilinus undulatus is a naturally rare coral reef fish species.

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2016
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The state of wildlife trade in China : information on the trade in wild animals and plants in China in 2008

This report is the third in an annual series on emerging trends in China’s wildlife trade. that aim to highlight wildlife trade trends in threatened and at-risk wildlife, with an emphasis on the impact of China’s trade on globally important biodiversity “hotspots”.

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2010
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Taming the tiger trade : China's markets for wild and captive tiger products since the 1993 domestic trade ban

TRAFFIC’s findings in this report provide strong evidence that China’s trade ban has been effective at reducing the market for Tiger products, particularly traditional medicines. Still, illegal trade remains a threat.

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2007
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Shark product trade in Hong Kong and mainland China and implementation of the CITES shark listings

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2004
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A question of attitude : South Korea's traditional medicine practitioners and wildlife conservation

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2003
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Proceedings of the third international symposium on the trade of bear parts, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 26-28 October, 1999

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2001
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Musk deer farming as a conservation tool in China

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2001
IUCN Grey Literature

Tibetan antelope : fashion statement spells death for Tibetan antelope

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1999
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The Hong Kong trade in live reef fish for food

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1999
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Attitudes of Hong Kong Chinese towards wildlife conservation and the use of wildlife as medicine and food

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1998
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The feasibility of using canines to detect wildlife contraband

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1998
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The bear facts : the East Asian market for bear gall bladder

Discussions in this report address bear farming in China, Hong Kong's gall bladder registration scheme, biological implications of the legal trade in bear gall bladder in Japan and Taiwan's efforts to monitor its domestic market for bear gall bladder.

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1995