Straumann singles out Abdul Taib Mahmud, current governor of the Malaysian state of Sarawak, as the kingpin of this Asian timber mafia, while he shows that Taib’s family—with the complicity of global financial institutions—have profited to the tune of 15 billion US dollars. Money Logging is a story of a people who have lost their ancient paradise to a wasteland of oil palm plantations, pollution, and corruption—and how they hope to take it back.
Read this book and weep. But then get angry.
This book will cause colossal and irreversible harm to our client’s reputation.
One of the most explosive books ever written about forest destruction and corruption in the logging business.