Vaitarna logging

The site for Vaitarna’s proposed wood-processing facility at Wineperu on Tuesday.  There is nothing on it. The India-based company continues to export logs but is yet to set up its promised processing plant. (Arian Browne photo)
The site for Vaitarna’s proposed wood-processing facility at Wineperu on Tuesday. There is nothing on it. 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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