New rules for ebony trade: fingerboard and tailpiece wood will be subject to CITES restrictions

The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) has agreed new measures aimed at tackling the illegal trade in ebony from Madagascar. Delegates at a meeting of CITES in Bangkok, Thailand, agreed to five separate proposals regarding the list of protected species on CITES Appendix ...

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