New CITES Listing Includes African Mahogany
The November action by CITES, the Center on International Trade in Endangered Species, includes a set of new requirements for Khaya, also known as African mahogany. The changes will go into effect on February 23 and require re-export documentation to be sent from the country of origin.
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