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Hejsan allihop. Är det någon som vet hur dom nya regleringarna inom cites fungerar? Finns det någon kunnig här som vet om jag nu mer kan köpa en allparts hals ifrån USA med greppbräda av rosenträ (rosewood) nu? Jag antar att allparts rosenträ är indisk rosenträ? Försökt att hitta bra info om ämnet men tycker det är lite svårt att begripa.
Effective in late November 2019 - the exact date to be announced - imports and exports of finished musical instruments, finished parts and finished accessories will no longer need a CITES permit. The exception applies to all species of dalbergia except Brazilian rosewood, which remains on CITES Appendix I. The change culminates three years of work by the musical instrument industry and was adopted at the just concluded CITES Conference of the Parties (CoP18) in Geneva. “The consensus reached in Geneva this week and the new policies adopted by CITES parties are the result of more than three years of collaboration among international music stakeholders, government officials, and conservation leaders,” noted Heather Noonan, vice president of advocacy for the League of American Orchestras. “Musical instrument stakeholders have a lasting commitment to the goals of CITES, will remain at the table for ongoing conversations, and are committed to educating the music community globally about how compliance with CITES requirements will support both urgent conservation needs and essential international cultural activity.” Read more here