Researchers claim that the Canadian forest giant has hidden links to deforestation in Indonesia accused of destroying its natural habitat

Analysts at Profondo and Chain Reaction Research, two independent research firms, have documented the use of shell companies by palm oil companies operating in several forest-rich areas of Southeast Asia.

Analysts have dubbed “shadow companies” as legal entities used by palm oil traders and producers to hide ownership of suppliers responsible for environmental and habitat destruction.


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