On 19 May, a report from Global Financial Integrity says that it worked with the coalition of NGO to analyse the classification of the wood pulp as well as its movement between jurisdiction to determine any potential trade misinvoicing schemes (a form of trade-based money laundering) that could be involved. A comparison of trade statistics compiled, respectively, by the governments of Indonesia and China highlights major discrepancies in the trade of dissolving pulp, a specialized grade of wood pulp used in the manufacture of textile products. The coalition of civil society organisations behind the report call on the Government of Indonesia to implement a number of recommendations.
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