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Species body says extra elephant protection could boost ivory trade

BBC News Friday, 23 September 2016 ()
Species body says extra elephant protection could boost ivory tradeThe body tasked with managing trade in endangered species will oppose efforts to increase global protection for elephants, saying it could spark a new trade in ivory.
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