23 companies reportedly suspended on claims related to illegal logging in the Littoral region

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September 7, 2020 - Littoral, Cameroon

The Minister of Forests and Wildlife reportedly signed two decisions on September 4 temporarily suspending the activities of twenty three wood products companies in the Littoral Region. Cause for suspension reportedly included the alleged illegal trade of wood of fraudulent origin.

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23 companies reportedly suspended on claims related to illegal logging in the Littoral region

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