Those involved in the illegal trade in domestic timber must routinely pay bribes to government officials to continue doing business. These bribes represent 9% of harvesting costs. To get past weighbridges and checkpoints between Bertoua and Chad, officials often demand payments exceeding 1 million CFA (€1500) CIFOR/ Charlie Pye-Smith

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