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Setting suns : the historical decline of ivory and rhino horn markets in Japan

@inproceedings{Kitade2016SettingS,
  title={Setting suns : the historical decline of ivory and rhino horn markets in Japan},
  author={Tomomi Kitade and Ayako Toko},
  year={2016}
}
This research sheds light on Japan’s wildlife trade history as a case study on the contributing factors that helped reduce the market for rhino horn and elephant ivory. By conducting comprehensive research into these phenomena, this report aims to elucidate the circumstances and drivers for change, in the hope that it may provide useful understanding for the contemporary context in other Asian markets facing problems with wildlife trade. Additionally, this study critically reviewed the status… 
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