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13 December 2019

Cambodia: Government investigates allegations of illegal logging after reports from community, EU & USAID

Prey Lang Community Network’s report suggests that Think BioTech Co Ltd and Angkor Plywood Company involved in suspected illegal logging in Prey Lang Forest. Environment Minister Say Sam Al has submitted a letter to the Minister of Agriculture,...

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13 December 2019

Cambodia: Minister of Environment requests for a joint investigation into allegations of illegal logging involved with companies in Prey Lang areas

Author: Dara Voun, The Phnom Penh Post

"Minister Sam Al calls for probe into illegal Prey Lang logging", 13 October 2019...

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13 December 2019

Cambodia: The Forestry Administration say there is no connection between Think Biotech and alleged illegal logging in Prey Lang areas

Author: Khouth Sophak Chakrya, The Phnom Penh Post

"Ministry: No connection found between Think Biotech and illegal logging", 12 December 2019...

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10 December 2019

Cambodia: Forest and environmental activists claim Think Biotech involved with illegal logging; while company denies any involvement

Author: Chakrya Sophak Khouth, The Phnom Penh Post

"Think Biotech director Lu refutes activists’ illegal logging reports", 9 December 2019...

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10 September 2019

Cambodia: Prey Lang activists accuse a company of illegal deforestation; authorities claim the company operates legally

Author: Savi Khorn, The Phnom Penh Post

"Activists still accuse Think Biotech", 6 September 2019...

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9 January 2019

Cambodia: Prey lang community alleges that a Korean-owned Think Biotech (Cambodia) harvests timber illegally; but the company denies

Author: Khouth Sophak Chakrya, The Phnom Penh Post

"‘Defamed’ Korean company denies Prey Lang illegal logging claims", 8 January 2019...

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