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Title: Quel commerce du bois dans le monde?

Author: Buongiorno, Joseph;

Date: 2014

Source: Birot Ed. La forêt et le bois en France en 100 questions. Académie d’Agriculture de France, Paris.

Publication Series: Book Chapter

Description: In today’s global economy, French forest product manufacturers are in direct competition with manufacturers of other countries. Which countries are dominant in international trade in forest products? What are the implications of global price changes on French trade in forest products? This chapter describes the place of France in global markets and how the country’s changes in imports and exports of industrial roundwood, lumber, panels, and paper are related to global forest product market developments.

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Buongiorno, Joseph 2014. Quel commerce du bois dans le monde?. Chapter 1.10 in Y. Birot Ed. La forêt et le bois en France en 100 questions. Académie d’Agriculture de France, Paris.

 


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