10m3 of Balau lumber seized in Pangli

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January 20, 2020 - South Sulawesi, Indonesia

Authorities seized about 10 cubic meters of Balau lumber on Friday, January 17 in Pangli because the documents accompanying the material were fake. The wood is said to originate from Luwu.

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