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Indonesia: Asia Pulp & Paper to stop cutting natural forest timber

Asia Pulp & Paper, one of the most controversial companies worldwide for its forestry practices, has said that it is to stop using timber from Indonesia's natural forests, instead using only trees from plantations.

Office supply company drops Asia Pulp & Paper over environmental concerns

Office supply company Staples has announced that it is ending its relationship with Asia Pulp & Paper over concerns about its environmental performance.

WWF pulls out of Asia Pulp & Paper agreement

The Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) has pulled out of its agreement with Asia Pulp and Paper on sustainable forestry, saying that the company's action plan was inadequate. The group claimed that the company was now losing big customers as a result of its position.

Indonesia: Asia Pulp & Paper signs deal with WWF

Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) has signed a memorandum of understanding with the WorldWide Fund for Nature (WWF) over the management of its forests in Sumatra. The deal also includes the company's fibre suppliers, the Sinar Mas Group forestry companies (SMG).

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