Report paints portrait of illegal timber trade

03/21/2012 | BBC

Illegal logging operations around the world generate up to $15 billion annually -- most of which goes into the pockets of organized crime gangs and corrupt government officials, according to a report by the World Bank. Indonesia, Madagascar and parts of West Africa are hardest hit, said the report, which encouraged better enforcement against the illegal timber trade because "most forest crimes go undetected, unreported, or are ignored."

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