Two sawmills temporarily closed for lack of permits in Kokobuka

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February 17, 2020 - Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

The regency government of Buol temporarily closed two sawmills in the village of Kokobuka for not having official permits to operate wood processing facilities there.

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