Help!  White line outlining image only in CMYK when placed from Photoshop into Illustrator/InDesign

I have a CMYK file, outlined product, that looks perfect in Photoshop.  When I place the image into Illustrator, it shows up with a thin white line around parts of the product (fyi - it shows up on a print as well). I have tried to place an RGB file and it does not have the white line around the product.    I assume it has something to do with it being CMYK, but I'm at a loss on how to fix this.  I'm desperate for any help. 

Okay, please refer this image and change the option within Ai General preferences. Uncheck the option Anti-Aliased artwork.

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