reveals that demand for hardwood flooring and furniture in the United States, European Union, Japan, and China is fueling corruption and making the world’s last temperate hardwood forests into a major epicenter for illegal logging.
As much as 80 percent of all timber exported annually from the region is illegal.
This activity serves to enrich a handful of corrupt actors, while destroying the Russian Far East’s unique biodiverse ecosystem, depriving the Russian state of tens of millions of dollars in lost tax revenue and threatening the livelihoods of over 100,000 indigenous people.
In a new article in Yale360, renowned environmental writer Richard Conniff identifies fundamental problems facing the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification group.
Moment of Truth, a new report from the non-profit Environmental Investigation Agency, demonstrates the extent of this illegal trade and the backlash against attempts to fight it.
Las autoridades forestales peruanas están debilitando las herramientas e inspecciones necesarias para prevenir el comercio de madera ilegal, ante una abrumadora evidencia de que las exportaciones del Perú a Estados Unidos, China, México y otros 15 países incluyeron altos porcentajes de madera ilegal o de alto riesgo.
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A trader goes long 1 contract at 0.00, with a liquidation price of .50 and a bankruptcy price of .00. Another trader goes long 1 contract at 0 with a liquidation price of .5 and a bankruptcy price of .00.
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Last Updated | February 8, 2018 On February 24, 2018, U. Customs and Border Protection will deploy Liquidation capabilities in ACE at which time liquidations will no longer be filed/processed in the Automated Commercial System (ACS) and must be done via ACE.
: posting of paper C16 notices at local ports was discontinued in January 2017 and replaced online with the Official Notice of Extension, Suspension and Liquidation. Deployment Support Call: CBP’s Trade Transformation Office (TTO) will host a daily support call from February 26, 2018 to March 2, 2018 between PM ET and PM ET to answer questions related to the February 24th deployment.
Temporary Importations Under Bond (TIB) Extensions: TIB Extensions requested by Trade will automatically be accepted in ACE, but CBP will have the ability to deny an extension as necessary. Deem Liquidations: For entry summaries that are deem liquidated, they will display on the electronic bulletin as “deem liquidated” for the basis of liquidation.
ACE Reports ACE Reports will support liquidation data in ACE effective March 17, 2018.