Vaitarna logging

Another view of Vaitarna’s log yard at Wineperu on Tuesday.  The India-based company continues to export logs but is yet to set up its promised processing plant. (Arian Browne photo)
Another view of Vaitarna’s log yard at Wineperu on Tuesday. The India-based company continues to export logs but is yet to set up its promised processing plant. (Arian Browne photo)

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