illegal timber trafficking

  • Myanmar's Illegal Timber Trade Feeds Chinese Markets

    Timber trafficking out of Myanmar, which is largely shipped to China, is responsible for the rapid deforestation of the southeast Asian country, the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime (GI-TOC) revealed in a new report.

  • Report: Organized Crime Exacerbating World’s Major Problems

    Transnational organised crime has grown exponentially since the early 1990s and is now a key factor exacerbating many of the world’s major problems, including climate change, mass migration, economic inequality and political instability, according to a report published Thursday.

  • Heroin and War Crimes: Conflict Rages On in Mozambique

    Hundreds of civilians have been killed by Islamist insurgents, government security forces and a pro-government mercenary company in a poverty-driven conflict in the north of Mozambique, a key pillar in southern Africa’s various illicit economies, states a report published on Tuesday.

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