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Japan imports vast quantities of juvenile Japanese eels from Hong Kong despite international efforts to control trade in the endangered species, with conservation groups calling for tighter regulations.

Japan imported 4,364 kilograms of young Japanese eels from Hong Kong in January and February, and 1,657 kg in November and December, Finance Ministry foreign trade data shows.

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