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The report reveals how family members and business associates of the prime minister and other senior officials are illegally destroying Cambodia's forests.
Illegal logging is believed to account for between 15% and 30% of the international trade in timber, with revenues running into billions of dollars each year. This has prompted the EU, the World Bank...
Mark Gregory, Fern
Over a year ago, a Greenpeace Brazil report, The Amazon’s Silent Crisis, revealed how loggers in the Brazilian Amazon were exploiting weaknesses in the country’s regulatory system to launder...
China’s craze for luxury rosewood Hongmu furniture has given rise to a multi-million dollar timber smuggling operation in Cambodia and beyond. The Cost of Luxury is the result of an eight month...
There has been limited progress in tackling illegal logging and related trade in Malaysia since 2010. Widespread problems remain, particularly in the state of Sarawak. In order to improve its...
Alison Hoare, Chatham House
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