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Valerie de Liedekerke uploaded a new Document 26 March 2014

The Study found the following shortcomings:

Since its inception the SVLK standard was weakened repeatedly.

SVLK certifies operations which are not in compliance with various government regulations.

SVLK certifies operations which are not sustainable.

Kerstin Canby uploaded a new Document 14 June 2012

Myanmar remains one of the world’s only countries with no prohibitions on log exports. The country provides much coveted teak and other hardwood logs to the region and beyond.

Faith Doherty uploaded a new Document 12 May 2014

China’s furniture craze drives Siam rosewood to extinction

May 12, 2014

China’s luxury furniture craze steeped in blood & driving Siam rosewood to extinction

Kerstin Canby uploaded a new Document 14 June 2012

Thailand diverges from neighboring regional Mekong countries, with a decade or more experience of actively pursuing policies to combat domestic illegal logging and internal transportation.

Faith Doherty uploaded a new Document 8 February 2013

Mozambique loses a fortune to illegal timber exports

Corruption in world’s fourth poorest country aids illegal logging & timber smu

Alain Houyoux uploaded a new Document 13 June 2012

ETFRN NEWS 53: Moving Forward with Forest Governance

Kerstin Canby uploaded a new Document 14 June 2012

Over the past decade in Lao PDR, new regulations and policies related to logging and timber exports have aimed to conserve existing natural forests and promote a shift towards participatory, sustainable forest management.

Darcy Milburn uploaded a new Document 12 November 2013

Laporan 61halaman berjudul menyatakan bahwa penebangan liar dan salah urus sektor kehutanan menyebabkan kerugian pemerintah Indonesia lebih dari US$7 milyar (sekira Rp 70 trilyun) antara 2007 sampai 2011.

Darcy Milburn uploaded a new Document 12 November 2013

This 68-page report finds that illegal logging and forest-sector mismanagement resulted in losses to the Indonesian government of more than US$7 billion between 2007 and 2011.

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