One third of licensed Hong Kong ivory retailers encourage buyers to break the law, report says

A third of all Hong Kong’s licensed ivory retailers have actively encouraged buyers to smuggle ivory out of the city without an export permit, which is illegal under the city’s laws, a new report by the wildlife trade monitor Traffic has revealed.
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