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Estimating actual and potential government revenues from timber harvesting in Cambodia



Estimating actual and potential government revenues from timber harvesting in Cambodia



Forest Policy and Economics 8(6): 625-635



The aim of this report is to estimate forest revenues in Cambodia based on available information on harvested wood, operable logging areas, and forestry taxes. This study has two parts. First, we analyze wood product, sawn wood, and veneer wood in three major forests in Cambodia. Second, we estimate forest revenues based on royalty rates, taxes for reforestation or forest maintenance and protection, exports, and customs, and export license fees.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.forpol.2004.12.001


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