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Fewer Chinese want to buy ivory

The demand for ivory in China continues to decline. However, a small group still wants to hold on to the “white gold”. This is the result of a consumer survey conducted by the conservation organization WWF in cooperation with the research organization GlobeScan. According to the survey, only 19 percent of the people questioned in the People’s Republic intend to buy ivory in the future. As soon as they are made aware of the nationwide ban on ivory trade, it is even only 8 percent.

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