Ces Bunong accusent le groupe Bolloré et la Socfin d’avoir orchestré depuis la France, à la fin des années 2000, la spoliation de leurs terres et de forêts ancestrales pour y installer une plantation d’hévéas.
Nine representatives of the Bunong indigenous communities in Cambodia who claimed to be victim to plantation project by French company Socfin-KCD appeared for questioning at the Tribunal of Nanterre in France.
NGOs have filed a complaint at the OECD against the Dutch bank ING Group regarding its financing of oil palm companies involved in deforestation (Noble Group), land grabbing (Bolloré Group/Socfin) and child labor (Wilmar International).
Plantation Socfinaf Ghana (PSG), a subsidiary of the group, has cultivated a little in excess of 6,000 hectares of Oil Palm that can supply about 40% capacity of their new Factory scheduled to start production before October this year 2019.
The Liberian Observer has reliably gathered that the International Finance Corporation has tabled all SRC’s loan application processes pending full scale investigation into a recent complaint filed against it by 22 indigenous Liberian communities.