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Pada 2004, Zhejiang Hotels Association mengumumkan bahwa mereka tidak akan lagi membeli produk APP karena perusahaan melakukan kegiatan pembalakan liar di provinsi Yunnan, menyebabkan APP mengancam untuk menuntut kepada perusahaan. <ref>{{cite news|title=Paper Maker Backs Off from Lawsuit |url= http://www.china.org.cn/english/2005/Feb/121196.htm |newspaper= China Through a Lens |date=25 February 2005}}</ref> Gugatan itu kemudian dibatalkan karena dari kampanye publisitas besar dari [[Greenpeace China]].<ref>{{cite news|title= Victory for public environmental action as APP withdraws lawsuit |url= http://www.greenpeace.org/eastasia/press/releases/forests/2005/victory-for-public-environment/|work= Greenpeace East Asia |date=22 February 2005}}</ref>
<!--InPada 2005, APP wasjuga alsoditemukan foundmelakukan topembalakan beliar conducting illegal logging indi [[YunnanProvinsi ProvinceYunnan]] indi China,<ref>{{cite web|author=english@peopledaily.com.cn |url=http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/200503/31/eng20050331_178828.html |title=People's Daily Online – Forestry authorities charges Singaporean paper giant with illegal logging |work=People's Daily |date=31 March 2005 |accessdate=7 June 2012}}</ref> whilesementara aanak subsidiaryperusahaan ofdari theperusahaan firm calledbernama "Green Rich" wastertangkap caughtmelakukan illegallypembalakan loggingliar indi [[CambodiaKamboja]].
<!--According to Asia Times Online, APP’s business model is a tactically aggressive one: it turns huge profiles by quickly stripping forests bare, exploiting age-old forests and indigenous peoples, and leaving town before the environmental consequences are felt.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Southeast_Asia/GA06Ae01.html |title=Asia Times Online :: Southeast Asia news and business from Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia and Vietnam |publisher=Atimes.com |accessdate=7 June 2012}}</ref>
An investigation published in March 2008 by an environmental coalition called Eyes on the Forest<ref>{{cite web|url=http://eyesontheforest.or.id/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=174&Itemid=6&lang=english |title=New APP Logging Road Threatens One of World’s Biggest Carbon-Storing Forests, Tigers; Eyes on the Forest, March 2008 |publisher=Eyesontheforest.or.id |date=22 May 2012 |accessdate=7 June 2012}}</ref> showed evidence of a new road built by APP, heading through the Kampar peninsula, one of the world's largest contiguous tropical [[peat swamp forest]]s, with more carbon per hectare than any other ecosystem on Earth. The investigation found tracks on the new road of the [[critically endangered]] [[Sumatran Tiger]], whose wild population has been reduced to less than 500 individuals. APP claimed that it was building this state-of-the-art, paved highway for the benefit of the local communities, though satellite imagery shows that the road does not go anywhere near the two settlements.