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August 26, 1988
Smugglers used stolen or falsified export documents to ship more than 120,000 skins of a protected member of the alligator family into Japan in the past seven months, a wildlife protection organization said. Traffic Japan, the trade monitoring group of the World Wide Fund for Nature, said the smugglers shipped South American caiman skins by a complex route involving at least seven South American and Asian countries.
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October 11, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rice Exporters to Complete Japan Deal: The exporters will soon complete the deal with several trading firms to sell 133,000 tons of rice to Japan, an official for the Thai Rice Exporters Assn. said. The deal for Japan to purchase 100,000 tons of 100% B white rice and 33,000 tons of glutinous rice was agreed to in principle on Oct. 1, but is awaiting approval by the Japanese government, the official said.
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BUSINESS
October 11, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rice Exporters to Complete Japan Deal: The exporters will soon complete the deal with several trading firms to sell 133,000 tons of rice to Japan, an official for the Thai Rice Exporters Assn. said. The deal for Japan to purchase 100,000 tons of 100% B white rice and 33,000 tons of glutinous rice was agreed to in principle on Oct. 1, but is awaiting approval by the Japanese government, the official said.
NEWS
August 26, 1988
Smugglers used stolen or falsified export documents to ship more than 120,000 skins of a protected member of the alligator family into Japan in the past seven months, a wildlife protection organization said. Traffic Japan, the trade monitoring group of the World Wide Fund for Nature, said the smugglers shipped South American caiman skins by a complex route involving at least seven South American and Asian countries.
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