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Canadian Legal Problem: Ivory Keytops
By Bob Fitterman

This ground has been covered previously in the MMD.  See

for the complete text of what I wrote at the time.

CITES provides a mechanism for international transportation of materials
such as ivory, tortoise shell, etc., and with the proper forms, such
materials can be moved legally between signatory nations. (The U.S. and
Canada are both participants.)

(Message sent Tue 6 Oct 1998, 14:18:24 GMT, from time zone GMT-0400.)

Key Words in Subject:  Canadian, Ivory, Keytops, Legal, Problem

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