Baseline Study 1, China - Overview of Forest Governance, Markets and Trade (Mandarin)

Baseline Study 1, China - Overview of Forest Governance, Markets and Trade (Mandarin) (Version 1.1)

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Some of the main findings of this study include: - Imports of forest products at historic high in 2009 - Shifts in the structure of China’s industry - Domestic production in 2008 reached its highest peak in history - Exports of forest products decreased by volume, but barely decreased by value - Chinese domestic markets are the new target of China’s forest products industry - China’s main export markets increasingly require legal verification - China depends on imports for more than 50% of its supply, much of it from developing countries with poor forest governance records - China’s domestically produced timber is considered generally low-risk - Rise of the paper industry
Years: 2011
Tags: asia vpa china illegal logging flegt action plan timber trade
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Version 1.1

Last Updated by Rach Colling
30/08/13 15:43
Status: Approved
Some of the main findings of this study include: - Imports of forest products at historic high in 2009 - Shifts in the structure of China’s industry - Domestic production in 2008 reached its highest peak in history - Exports of forest products decreased by volume, but barely decreased by value - Chinese domestic markets are the new target of China’s forest products industry - China’s main export markets increasingly require legal verification - China depends on imports for more than 50% of its supply, much of it from developing countries with poor forest governance records - China’s domestically produced timber is considered generally low-risk - Rise of the paper industry
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Baseline Study 1, China - Overview of Forest Governance, Markets and Trade (Mandarin)

Baseline Study 1, China - Overview of Forest Governance, Markets and Trade (Mandarin) (Version 1.1)

Thumbnail Uploaded by Alba Pueyo, 22/08/13 21:18
Some of the main findings of this study include: - Imports of forest products at historic high in 2009 - Shifts in the structure of China’s industry - Domestic production in 2008 reached its highest peak in history - Exports of forest products decreased by volume, but barely decreased by value - Chinese domestic markets are the new target of China’s forest products industry - China’s main export markets increasingly require legal verification - China depends on imports for more than 50% of its supply, much of it from developing countries with poor forest governance records - China’s domestically produced timber is considered generally low-risk - Rise of the paper industry
Years: 2011
Tags: asia vpa china illegal logging flegt action plan timber trade
1 of 51

Version 1.1

Last Updated by Rach Colling
30/08/13 15:43
Status: Approved
Some of the main findings of this study include: - Imports of forest products at historic high in 2009 - Shifts in the structure of China’s industry - Domestic production in 2008 reached its highest peak in history - Exports of forest products decreased by volume, but barely decreased by value - Chinese domestic markets are the new target of China’s forest products industry - China’s main export markets increasingly require legal verification - China depends on imports for more than 50% of its supply, much of it from developing countries with poor forest governance records - China’s domestically produced timber is considered generally low-risk - Rise of the paper industry
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1.0 7 Years Ago 1.8MB Download