Company allegedly continues to harvest timber despite termination of contract in Tokano

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February 14, 2021 - Ngounié, Gabon

A company allegedly continues to harvest timber in the Tokano community forest despite its contract being terminated by the local community on January 12. According to Gabon Media Time, among the reasons for the alleged termination of the contract include the non-respect of the payments of the amounts linked to the monthly production.

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