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Sustainable Trade in Marine Endangered Species in East Asia

Publication Date: 
Saturday, May 1, 2004
Publication Type: 
Out of Print

This Brief hopes to provide basis for further policy debate and, in due course, enable policymakers and managers to formulate concrete actions to address marine endangered species trade.

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