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Indonesia's corporate clean-up

Author: Joe Leahy, Financial Times, Published on: 21 February 2006

Mr Sukanto, whose group [Asia Pacific Resources International (April)] was the subject of allegations of human rights violations and pollution problems in the 1990s, may seem an unlikely protector of the environment. But April is among a number of Indonesian conglomerates that are adopting western business practices in corporate and social responsibility in an attempt to rebuild images tarnished during the corrupt rule of former military strongman, Suharto. [also refers to Inti Indorayon Utama (part of April), Sateri (part of April), Riau Andalan pulp and paper mill (part of April)]

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Related companies: Asia Pacific Resources