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PNG [Papua New Guinea] timber workers 'treated like slaves'

Author: AAP [Australian Associated Press], Published on: 24 February 2005

Papua New Guineans are being treated like slaves and forced to live in appalling conditions in logging camps run by a Malaysian timber giant...Huon Gulf MP Sasa Zibe...called on Forestry Minister Patrick Pruaitch to expel the company, Rimbunan Hijau, from PNG...Pruaitch...said many unfair criticisms were levelled against logging companies...

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Related companies: Rimbunan Hijau