“One Cannot Survive Going By the Rules”: How Colossal Overharvesting and Money Laundering Became the Standard in the Forests of Gabon

Publisher:
Environmental Investigation Agency [EIA-US] (Washington, DC)
Publication Date:
24 May 2019
Tags:
Gabon, Asia, Australia, and Africa, Environment, Trade

EIA Raw Intelligence Series - #2 WCTS - Their peers in the Gabonese timber industry call them one of the most lawless companies operating in the country. In this second installment of EIA's Raw Intelligence series, we introduce you to the company Wan Chuan Timber Sarl (WCTS) - perhaps the worst offender of crimes committed against the forests and the people of Gabon. Read each part of the series: Raw Intelligence: Dejia Group Raw Intelligence: WCTS


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Colossal Overharvesting & Money Laundering in Gabon's Forests

Environmental Investigation Agency (Washington, DC): Raw Intelligence Series - #2 WCTS. Their peers in the Gabonese timber industry call them one o Read more »

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