As far as what I found, China is the only country that is known to have such farms. The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora bans trading in tiger parts. China itself has a ban on such trade internally as well since 1993. So the farms technically operate illegally, on a scale large enough to potentially have as many three times more tigers than in the wild. On the other hand, the Chinese government did not make attempts to close down the farms or otherwise enforce the ban, so Chinese tiger farms are de facto legal.
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