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JAKARTA - Royal Golden Eagle (RGE), the world's largest producer of viscose fibre, is accused of "hidden links" to a huge new pulp plant in Indonesia which could threaten tropical rainforests, in a new report from Greenpeace.

The 'Pulping Borneo' study is based on evidence obtained by Greenpeace through analysis of satellite imagery, shipment-level trade data, vessel tracking reports and supplier disclosure data.

It also accuses RGE of having "deforestation in its pulp supply chain", despite the company's public commitment to 'no deforestation' in its sustainability strategy.

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