Hong Kong faces new rules on illegal timber flooding China – Reuters

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Hong Kong’s location on China’s southern coast has long made the port a main transit point for ivory, other endangered animal products and for large volumes of wood in an international illegal timber trade worth up to $100 billion. China and Hong Kong
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