Thailand bans waste imports as Malaysia consider same

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JOC › Regulation & Policy Thailand bans waste imports as Malaysia consider same Dustin Braden, Data Analyst, JOC.com | Jun 27, 2018 5:19PM EDT

Thailand on July 2 will become the second country in less than a month to ban the importation of certain waste goods, as Malaysia considers similar measures, according to a published report.

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Source: Google News Thailand | Netizen 24 Thailand

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