Countries that sanctioned Myanmar’s junta are still buying their timber: Report

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Despite sanctions imposed following the February 2021 coup, Myanmar exported more than $190 million worth of timber, including to countries that have sanctions on the country’s state-controlled timber monopoly, according to a new report from Forest Trends.The continued trade highlights the challenges of effectively enforcing sanctions, the report authors say; a lack of reporting on…

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