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South Africa looks to sell some of $1 billion rhino horn stockpile

Reuters: Environment

Wed, 3 Jul 2013

PRETORIA (Reuters) - South Africa is seeking permission for a one-off sale of some of its $1 billion stockpile of rhino horn to finance conservation and potentially flood a thriving black market, its environment minister said on Wednesday.

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