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The Economics of the Tropical Timber Trade

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By: EB Barbier, JC Burgess, J Bishop and B Aylward
180 pages, Tabs, graphs
Publisher: Earthscan
The Economics of the Tropical Timber Trade
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  • The Economics of the Tropical Timber Trade ISBN: 9781853832192 Paperback Dec 1994 Out of Print #33853
  • The Economics of the Tropical Timber Trade ISBN: 9781853832260 Hardback Dec 1994 Out of Print #35824
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Full analysis of the economic linkages between the tropical timber trade and sustainable forest management. Based on a report prepared by the ITTO (International Tropical Timber Organization), the book looks at current and future market conditions, and assesses the impacts on tropical forests of both the international timber trade and domestic demand.

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Out of Print
By: EB Barbier, JC Burgess, J Bishop and B Aylward
180 pages, Tabs, graphs
Publisher: Earthscan
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