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8 Jul 2020

Rabobank responded

Thank you for reaching out on the PT Arara Abadi human rights case. At Rabobank we take human rights due diligence and the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre very seriously. We have looked into the information, which indicates the company at stake is a subsidiary of Asia Paper and Pulp (APP), which operates the Sinar Mas brand, as applies to a wide range of other products and services. Our perusal of the information source (forestsandfinance.org) provided by BHRRC that allegedly connects Rabobank to the case, however, shows Rabobank has no links to forestry or pulp and paper activities of the Sinar Mas Group.