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Europe 1992: threat or opportunity for the Canadian forest products industry and implications for public policy


, : Europe 1992: threat or opportunity for the Canadian forest products industry and implications for public policy. Forestry Chronicle 67(6): 674-690

Structural and regulatory changes in Europe are expected to have major implications for the forest products industry and forestry in Canada. In this paper, the changes associated with the completion of the internal market of the European Community, the introduction of a new European forest policy, and structural, political and economic changes in eastern Europe are surveyed and their impacts on the demand and supply of forest products analyzed. The paper also explores the appropriate strategic responses of Canadian firms. The paper concludes with the implications of the political and economic changes brought about by Europe 1992 for public policy.

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