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Log pressure up [Papua New Guinea]

Author: Post-Courier [Papua New Guinea], Published on: 3 March 2005

A coalition of environmental, union and ecoforesty groups yesterday called on Forestry Minister Patrick Pruaitch to resign, alleging he allowed corrupt practices by foreign logging firms...speakers said the Government had for too long allowed unsustainable and illegal logging in PNG to the great disadvantage of local landowners and PNG workers...[refers to Rimbunan Hijau]

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Related companies: Rimbunan Hijau