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  • REDD-Monitor

    Papua New Guinea's Deforestation Problem

    In 2014, Papua New Guinea became the world’s largest exporter of tropical timber. This wasn’t supposed to happen. Eleven years ago, PNG formed the Coalition for Rainforest Nations and presented the idea of REDD to the UN climate meeting in Montreal.

    The architect of REDD, Kevin Conrad,...

  • ABC Radio Australia

    Jemima Garrett Tax avoidance by foreign logging companies is costing Papua New Guinea hundreds of millions of dollars, according to a new report by the Californian-based Oakland Institute.

  • Free Malaysia Today

    PETALING JAYA: Malaysian logging firm Rimbunan Hijau Group has evaded tax and misreported its finances in Papua New Guinea (PNG), a US-based think tank has alleged.

    The Oakland Institute, in its report titled “The great timber heist: The logging industry in Papua New Guinea...

  • The Edge Markets

    KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 17): Malaysian logging firm Rimbunan Hijau Group appears to be complicit in “massive tax evasion and financial misreporting” in Papua New Guinea, a US-based think tank says.

    The Oakland Institute in its report titled The Great Timber Heist: The Logging Industry in Papua New Guinea said Rimbunan Hijau Group's 16...

  • The Malaysian Insider

    Anisah Shukry

    Malaysian logging firm Rimbunan Hijau Group appears to be complicit in “massive tax evasion and financial misreporting” in Papua New Guinea, a US-based think tank says.

    The Oakland Institute in its report titled “The Great Timber Heist: The Logging Industry in Papua New Guinea” said Rimbunan Hijau Group's 16...

  • 100 Reporters

    Douglas Gillison

    Papua New Guinea, now the world’s largest producer of tropical timber, is losing more than $100 million annually to widespread tax evasion in its logging industry, depriving the impoverished country of needed state revenues as its forests are progressively cleared and degraded, according to a report to be released today...

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