THAILAND: Shark fin soup under threat from food safety campaign
Restaurateurs in Chinatown have promised to urge the Thai government to pass a law banning the practice of shark finning, provided international conservation group WildAid abandon its campaign. Shark fin soup will still be served in restaurants, stressed Adul Laohaphol, a representative of the business owners, but "we are also against the cruel finning process".
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