Has this Singapore-listed palm oil firm been concession laundering?

An investigative report from Greenpeace claims which supplies the likes of Unilever, Mars and Mondelez, concealed connections to firms that cleared Indonesian forests illegally with an elaborate cover-up ploy.

A report from non-governmental organisation (NGO) Greenpeace has claimed that a Singapore-listed palm oil grower that has used an elaborate cover-up scheme to avoid responsibility for illegal forest clearing.

Jakarta-headquartered Bumitama Agri is alleged to have concealed connections to companies that have cleared forests illegally through what the report Dying for a cookie calls “concession laundering”.


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