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Urgent investigation required as use of plywood likely linked to tropical forest destruction and human rights abuses found at construction site of new Tokyo Olympic Stadium

Urgent investigation required as use of plywood likely linked to tropical forest destruction and human rights abuses found at construction site of new Tokyo Olympic Stadium

20.04.2017

Citing a significant breach of the commitment to a sustainable 2020 Olympics, Japanese and international environmental groups today called for an urgent independent investigation of the use of tropical formwork plywood that appears to originate from the notorious Malaysian logging company, Shin Yang, in the construction of the new National Olympic Stadium in Tokyo.

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Taib family sponsors Canadian war monument

Taib family sponsors Canadian war monument

12.04.2017

Ottawa-based Sakto Group announces sponsorship amidst corruption debate

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Canadian government urged to condemn Malaysian company

Canadian government urged to condemn Malaysian company

05.04.2017

Bruno Manser Fund requests that OECD grievance procedure on the Taib family’s Sakto Group be closed

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Canadian trade ministry bows to Malaysian tycoon over OECD standards

Canadian trade ministry bows to Malaysian tycoon over OECD standards

03.04.2017

OECD’s National Contact Point dismisses NGO complaint against Taib family business

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Malaysian political family accused of money laundering in Canada

Malaysian political family accused of money laundering in Canada

30.03.2017

New report exposes the Taibs' $200 million real estate group
Read the Report: «Safe Haven Canada» (PDF, 16.5 MB)

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Draft for land conservation gets Forest Dept backing

Draft for land conservation gets Forest Dept backing

22.02.2017

Komeok (fourth right) and Kallang (second right) handing over the draft copy of the pre-proposal for a community initiated land and environmental conservation initiative in Ulu Baram to Sapuan in the presence of (from left) James Nyuran from the Kenyah community in Baram, Paul Chai, who is the ITTO project leader for Sarawak, Zarina Shabli, who is the officer for the Conservation of Forest and Siah representing the Penan community from Baram.

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Princess Anne asked to speak out for Penan displaced by Murum Dam

Princess Anne asked to speak out for Penan displaced by Murum Dam

21.02.2017

The communities displaced by the Murum Dam are still waiting to receive farmland – NGOs are now asking Britain’s Princess Anne for help as she visited dam builder Sarawak Energy in late 2016

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