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corrupted family tree in cambodia, report from Global Witness in English language
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A Report by Global Witness, June 2007
Cambodia’s Family Trees
Illegal logging and the stripping of public assetsby Cambodia’s elite
 
CONTENTS
ABBREVIATIONS 3RECOMMENDATIONS 4-5SUMMARY 6-8
Table 1: Issues that Cambodia’s JudicialAuthorities Must Now Investigate 9
CHAPTER I: FORESTS AND CAMBODIA’SSHADOW STATE 10-18
1. Asset-stripping Cambodia 10-12Figure 1: Cambodia’s Tycoon-Senators/Cronyometer 112. Cambodia’s Forest Sector 12-16Box 1: Furnishing the National Assembly 15Box 2: Measuring Forest Cover andDeforestation in Cambodia 173. Cambodia’s International Donors – AidingCambodians or Abetting the Government? 18
CHAPTER II: KEEPING IT IN THE FAMILY 19-59
1. Introducing Cambodia’s PremierLogging Syndicate 19-211.1 Dy Chouch, also known as Hun Chouch 191.2 Seng Keang 20Chart 1: Cambodia’s Premier LoggingSyndicate and Friends 211.3 Khun Thong 212. Kingwood – Rise and Demise of a LoggingConcessionaire 22-282.1 Illegal Logging 22-232.2 Bad Debts 23-24Box 3: Ky Tech 242.3 A Very Hostile Takeover 24-282.4 Competing Claims 28Box 4: Kingwood’s Assets – Property of theCambodian People? 283. Tumring Rubber Plantation – the New Faceof Industrial-Scale Logging in Cambodia 29-383.1 A Family-Scale Enterprise 29-30Box 5: Resin Tapping 31Box 6: Prey Long Forest at the Crossroads 32-333.2 The “Benefit of Conversion” 343.3 Log Laundering 353.4 Firewood Collection 363.5 Further Benefits 373.6 Old logs and Donor Amnesia 384. Anatomy of an Illegal Logging Operation 39-474.1 Processing Capacity 39-404.2 Feeding the Factories 40Box 7: Colexim – Cambodia’s ModelConcession Company 414.3 The Suppliers 424.4 Transportation 434.5 The Markets 43Box 8: Cambodia’s Invisible Timber Exports 44-454.6 Outputs and Financial Returns 46-47Chart 2:
Forest Destruction and InstitutionalCorruption in Cambodia
48-49
5. A Rural Gangland 50-545.1 Resin Tree Theft 505.2 Dealing with Dissent 51-53Box 9: Account of the Shootings of 10 July 2005 52Box 10: In Search of Mr. 95 546. Crackdown or Pause? 55-57Box 11: The Logging Syndicate’s Next Big Score 56A Short History of Forest Managementin Cambodia 58-59
CHAPTER III: INSTITUTIONALISED CORRUPTIONIN PREY LONG 60-67
1. Forest Administration 60-62Box 12: Chan Sarun and Ty Sokhun’sForest Administration Job Auction 612. Military Police 633. RCAF Kompong Thom Provincial MilitarySub-Operation 644. RCAF Military Region II 645. Military Intelligence 64Box 13: Bearing the Burden of Corruption 656. Police 667. Local Government 67
CHAPTER IV: THE BRIGADE 70CONNECTION 68-88
1. Brigade 70 and the Bodyguard Unit –a Private Army for the Prime Minister 68-69Box 14: General Kun Kim andLieutenant General Hing Bun Heang 69Box 15: Illegal Logging and RCAF ForcesLoyal to Hun Sen 702. Hak Mao 713. Timber Trafficking 72-81Box 16: The Royal Cambodian Armed ForcesGet a Helping Hand from the US Government 733.1 Exports 753.2 The Clients 75-814. Transportation of Smuggled Goodsby Brigade 70 82-86Box 17: Attwood Import Export Co. Ltd 824.1 Smuggling Through Sre Ambel Port 834.2 Smuggling through Oknha Mong Port 84Box 18: Mong Reththy 84-85Box 19: Special Deliveries 86
Chart 3: Brigade 70, the InterContinental Hoteland Attwood 86
5. The Bottom Line – Hak Mao’s Incomeand Expenditure 87Box 20: Long Meng Group 88
CONCLUSION 89
 APPENDIX 1: CAMBODIA’S TYCOON-SENATORS/CRONYOMETER REFERENCES 90
REFERENCES 91-94
Contents2CAMBODIAS FAMILY TREES
 
 
Abbreviations
CDC
Council for the Development of Cambodia
CG
Consultative Group
CPP
Cambodian People’s Party
DFW
Department of Forestry and Wildlife(renamed Forest Administration in 2003)
ELC
economic land concession
ESIA
environmental and social impact assessment
FA
Forest Administration
FAO
Food and Agriculture Organisation
FLEG
Forest Law Enforcement andGovernance process
ha
hectare
IFM
independent forest monitoring
IFSR
Independent Forest Sector Review
km
kilometre
m
3
cubic metre
MAFF
Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry andFisheries
MRII
Military Region II
MRIII
Military Region III
MRIV
Military Region IV
NGO
non-governmental organisation
RCAF
Royal Cambodian Armed Forces
RGC
Royal Government of Cambodia
SEZ
special economic zone
SFMP
sustainable forest management plan
SGS
Société générale de surveillance
UN
United Nations
UNOHCHR
United Nations Office of the HighCommissioner for Human Rights
UNTAC
United Nations Transitional Authorityin Cambodia
WGNRM
Working Group on Natural ResourceManagement
AbbreviationsCAMBODIAS FAMILY TREES3

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