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Bric, Ceiling and base

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  • Roda Jean-Marc

    () (Forest Research Institute Malaysia)

  • Noor Aini Zakaria

    () (Forest Research Institute Malaysia)

  • Lim Hin Fui

    () (Forest Research Institute Malaysia)

  • Ismariah Ahmad

    () (Forest Research Institute Malaysia)

Abstract

The acronym of BRIC is becoming widely-known as its use by the media increases. BRIC stands for Brazil, Russia, India, China and it is the acronym that captures the new importance and effect of these new big engines of globalisation. These giant countries with their dynamics, thirst of resources and industrial development are now reshaping the international trade. The BRIC dynamics now creates major ripple effects in all economic sectors. The exponential growth of BRIC economic activities have been recorded and commented since the mid-nineties, but what about BRIC issues in the timber sector and its effect on Malaysia?

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  • Roda Jean-Marc & Noor Aini Zakaria & Lim Hin Fui & Ismariah Ahmad, 2012. "Bric, Ceiling and base," EAS Strategic Options, CIRAD, Forest department, UPR40, vol. 2012(15), pages 14-15, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:epf:easopt:201212
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