EU threatens ramin controls

February 2004
Cabinet Maker;2/27/2004, Issue 5377, p4
Trade Publication
Reports on the warning issued by the European Union to Indonesia and Malaysia that it may impose controls on the import of ramin if the countries fail to settle their over the illegal logging of the wood. Call made by European Environment Commission Margot Wallstrom; Indonesian government's call for a ban on all Malaysian wood products.


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