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The challenge to Canadian forest products in Europe: managing a complex environmental issue


, : The challenge to Canadian forest products in Europe: managing a complex environmental issue. FRDA Working Paper Victoria BC ( WP-OI-95.04): 98 pp.

A study was made of the concern in Europe for environmentally produced forest products and how this affects the marketing of Canadian forest products to these areas.


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