Some shops selling ivory have been found to suggest that customers break the law by taking products out of Hong Kong without a permit. Photo: Felix WongSome shops selling ivory have been found to suggest that customers break the law by taking products out of Hong Kong without a permit. Photo: Felix Wong
Some shops selling ivory have been found to suggest that customers break the law by taking products out of Hong Kong without a permit. Photo: Felix Wong

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

Monitoring group Traffic says some licensees press customers to export products without a permit, which is against the law

Topic |   Ivory trade in Hong Kong and China
Some shops selling ivory have been found to suggest that customers break the law by taking products out of Hong Kong without a permit. Photo: Felix WongSome shops selling ivory have been found to suggest that customers break the law by taking products out of Hong Kong without a permit. Photo: Felix Wong
Some shops selling ivory have been found to suggest that customers break the law by taking products out of Hong Kong without a permit. Photo: Felix Wong
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