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ANZ attacked over PNG [Papua New Guinea] logging 'links' [Australia]

Author: AAP, Published on: 23 August 2006

Human rights and green groups have filed a complaint against the ANZ Bank for dealing with logging companies accused of rights abuses and environmental destruction in Papua New Guinea. The five groups, including the Human Rights Council of Australia and the Australian Conservation Foundation, allege the bank is "actively facilitating and supporting" the PNG operations of Malaysian logging giant Rimbunan Hijau...Rimbunan Hijau and other Asian logging companies in PNG consistently deny ongoing allegations they engage in corrupt practices, collude with politicians, exploit workers, oppress landowners and cheat on log export payments to PNG.

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Related companies: ANZ Bank Rimbunan Hijau