In January, Belgium announced a temporary ban on the import of fur from dogs, cats and seals. The measure also requires all clothing items containing fur to carry labels to that effect.
The temporary ban is expected to last until the Belgian government can draft a permanent ban on such furs.
Belgium joins Italy, France, Greece, and Denmark as the fifth European country to ban cat and dog fur, which mostly arrives in Europe from Asian countries.
Belgium bans fur imports. Expatica.Com, January 16, 2004.
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