Listed timber firms not affected by crackdown in Sarawak

PETALING JAYA: Timber companies listed on Bursa Malaysia have come out to say that their operations are not affected by one of the biggest clampdowns on illegal logging activities in Sarawak.

More than 500 bank accounts totalling RM700mil have been frozen since the start of Ops Gergaji from May 12.

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