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SINGAPORE - Viscose giant Royal Golden Eagle (RGE) has "categorically refuted" claims in a new report linking it to deforestation in its supply chain and to a huge new pulp plant in Indonesia which environmentalists say could threaten tropical rainforests.

The 'Pulping Borneo' report was co-published by Greenpeace International, Yayasan Auriga Nusantara, Environmental Paper Network, Rainforest Action Network and Woods & Wayside International.

It claims that RGE has "hidden links" to other companies which are accused of deforestation including PT Phoenix Resources International, the reported owner of a new "mega-scale" pulp mill being built in Kalimantan, the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo.

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