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Publication Details - Overview of the Forest Sector in the Russian Far East

Overview of the Forest Sector in the Russian Far East

Production, Industry and the Problem of Illegal Logging


Alexander Sheingauz - Economic Research Institute, Forest Trends, DFID, CIFOR






Russia and China have been bound by long-standing ties since the middle of the 17th century, with mutual trade as an important aspect. It is natural that regions such as the Russian Far East (RFE) and Southeastern Siberia developed firm links with China, because they are the closest neighbors. These relations, particularly in the timber trade, became even stronger (with some fluctuations) following World War II.


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Release Date: January 2004
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