Policy and Regulatory Developments in Indonesia's Forestry Sector Since 1967
This paper, as its title suggests, discusses policy and regulatory development in the forestry sector in Indonesia for a period of more than 30 years. During this period the forestry sector has experienced a lot of changes. It has contributed significantly to the country's economic development, especially during the later years prior to the crisis. At the onset of the crisis forestry-related activities, including plantations, were among the main producers of exported goods. This development was partly a result of various policies and regulations introduced during the period under consideration.
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