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China in the Global Wood Trade: Market Trends and Implications for Forests, Livelihoods and Governance

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Handout of the presentation given by Andy White, Forest Trends, at the USAID Extended Forest Team meeting, September 2005 in Washington, DC. Forest Trends, CIFOR and collaborating organizations in China and East Asia recently completed several years of research on the Chinese forest market, focusing particularly on implications for forests and livelihoods in the E. Asian Region. This work has included analyses of Chinese imports and exports, the plantation sector in China, policy and market constraints in China, impacts of the trade on key supplying countries in the region, and analysis of key international commodity chains. This presentation will highlight the key findings from this research and identify strategic issues and points of leverage for shifting this trade towards contributing to sustainable forestry and livelihoods.


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