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Herakles' 13th Labour? A Study of SGSOC’s Land Concession in South-West Cameroon

Author: Centre for Environment & Development [Cameroon], Published on: 27 February 2012

On September 17th 2009 SG Sustainable Oils Cameroon PLC (SGSOC) signed a contract with the Cameroonian Government to develop a large industrial palm oil plantation and refinery. SGSOC is 100% owned by the American company Herakles Farms...SGSOC’s project has been the subject of great controversy over the last two years. Local communities, conservation groups, and NGOs have expressed opposition to the project due to its numerous negative social and environmental impacts.

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Related companies: Herakles Capital Herakles Farms (part of Herakles Capital)