3000m3 of European Oak logs illegally shipped to China from Krasnador

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October 14, 2020 - Krasnodar, Russia

Krasnador Customs initiated a criminal case against a businessman for the illegal trade of timber. According to Krasnador Customs, the man illegally shipped about 3000 cubic meters of Quercus robur logs, also known as European Oak, to China. The man allegedly provided the customs service with false information about the cost and the origin of the timber. The timber was estimated to be worth about US$ 500,000.

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3000m3 of European Oak logs illegally shipped to China from Krasnador

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