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State of the tropical timber economics 2000 / Etat de l'économie des bois d'oeuvre tropicaux 2000

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  • Jean-Marc Roda



This work briefly presents the main features of the world tropical timber economy. It is intended as an aid to those who require a good and readily accessible overview of the economic context of tropical timber, covering production, consumption and trade in the principal products, and is based on the most reliabme and most recent data available. They are presented here in the form of figures, maps and trend curves, so that the major elements of the world situation and its developments to be understood at a glance. The work is based on the annually updated statistics of the ITTO (International Tropical Timber Organization), and on the results of the "Forest Sector Questionnaire" introduced jointly by the UN-ECE, the FAO, Eurostat and the ITTO. The final section contains figures presenting more global economic data, setting this survey of the tropical timber economy in a wider perspective.

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This book is provided by CIRAD, Forest department, UPR40 in its series Selected Books with number 1 and published in 2000.
Volume: 1
Edition: 1
ISBN: 2-87614-441-7
Handle: RePEc:epf:ecbook:1
Note: Bilingual english/french, 85p
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