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August 1st, 2010

Anhui Province Suzhou City forestry the first time five billion yuan of GDP

Year of the Tiger Spring comes early in 1000 the village is busy planting trees. When the spring again blowing Suzhou earth, people were happy to find that piece of the green throughout the city, look exceptionally beautiful.

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August 12th, 2010

Green Province Of Jiangsu Forestry Forestry Province Transfiguration

Forestry Bureau of Jiangsu Province has learned from the early 2003 provincial government proposed the building of “green Jiangsu” development strategy has been the rapid development of forestry industry in Jiangsu Province.
Key words: Forestry, Jiangsu province, Jiangsu province forestry

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May 11th, 2010

Report On The Analysis Of Development Of Forestry Industry And Wood Processing Industry In China-Aarkstore Enterprise

This report makes an in-depth analysis on the Development of Forestry Industry and Wood Processing Industry in China

Background of the Research

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May 13th, 2010

Bharatbook.com : Comprehensive analysis on Forestry and Wood Processing Industry in China

Report on the Analysis of Development of Forestry Industry and Wood Processing Industry in China

Background of the Research

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July 14th, 2010

Analysis Of Development Of Forestry Industry And Wood Processing Industry In China Proposal

Since 1949, China has completed six national forest resources inventories. According to the result of the sixth forest resources inventory (1999-2003), there is 175 million hectares of forests, 13.618 billion of living trees accumulate, 12.456 billion cubic meters of forests accumulate, and 18.21% of forest coverage which is nearly 10% higher than 8.6% after the founding of new China. The forest area of China ranks the fifth in the world; the forests accumulate ranks the sixth in the world; the area of man-made forests is 53.2573 million hectares and ranks the first in the world.

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August 19, 2010

Beijing plans $3B on alternative energy, trees

Beijing has worked out a plan to invest up to 20 billion yuan (US$3 billion) in the next decade on forestation and develop alternative energies.

Wu Jian, a senior engineer with the State Forestry Administration, said at a news conference that the trees will fight climate change by absorbing carbon and will produce material for bio-diesel and ethanol fuels by 2020.

The plan aims to have 23 percent of the country covered with forests in 10 years, up 3 percent increase from the current level.

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Aug. 12, 2010

Trying to assess the magnitude of pulp closures in China

LONDON, Aug. 12, 2010 (RISI) - This week the Chinese government, following up on an announcement made on May 27 of this year, released a final list of 279 pulp and paper mills at which capacity is to be removed as part of its broader program of closing small, inefficient manufacturing operations across many industries that pose problems with respect to high levels of pollution or energy consumption.

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August 12, 2010

China mudslides were predicted 13 years ago

Monster monsoon rains may have loosened the mud and rock that buried and killed more than 1,000 people in the northwestern Chinese Province of Gansu over the weekend, but the mudslide in Zhouqu was more than a natural disaster.

Official records show that government-run lumber companies cut 313,000 acres of forest from the slopes of Zhouqu county between 1952 and 1990, denuding the geologically vulnerable mountainsides and subjecting them to soil erosion.

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July 20th, 2010

Chinese wood deficit good news for NZ wood exporters

China’s potential fibre-supply gap (the difference between total demand and total domestic supply) is projected to reach approximately 150 million m3 (roundwood equivalent) by 2015 - or a volume that is more than the entire Canadian timber harvest in 2009 - a strong indication that China’s wood imports must continue to rise in the short- to medium-term period to match with projected consumption reports International WOOD Markets Group,.

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Jul. 09, 2010

For mill towns, China beckons

Pine trunks rumble down conveyors and sawdust clouds the air. The noise inside the sawmill nearly deafens, but in this remote town of 3,500 people, some 700 kilometres north of Vancouver, there are few sounds as welcome as the buzz and clatter of a mill back at work.


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