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Nhan đề: Wood villages in the context of market integration: Status and policy options for sustainable development
Tác giả: Phuc, To Xuan
Quang, Dang Viet
Quyen, Nguyen Ton
Cam, Cao Thi
Từ khoá: Wood villages
Policy
Vietnam
Market integration
Năm xuất bản: Jan-2018
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Forest Trends - Vifores;pp. i - iii, 1 - 25
Tóm tắt: There were more than 300 wood villages in Vietnam where tens of thousands of households and hundreds of thousands of laborers including both household and hired labor are involved in manufacturing process of timber-products. The wood villages, thereby, play an important role in the livelihood of the villagers including many poor households. The changes in markets as well as policies related to the manufacturing and trading activities in the wood villages will impact on a large number of laborers including many poor people. --- This report on Vietnam wood village in the context of market integration: Status and policy options for sustainable development focuses on the status of manufacturing, trading and processing timbers in five wood villages. These wood villages are typical in using imported precious timbers, facing a high legal risk in producing high-value wood products, serving wealthy customers in the domestic market (La Xuyen, Van Diem, Dong Ky) and export market (Dong Ky). Some villages (Lien Ha and Huu Bang) use input timbers from low-risk and environment-friendly sources, including imported timbers from the US, EU, timbers from domestic plantation forests and various types of artificial boards to manufacture the wood products for domestic customers.
Định danh: http://goviet.org.vn/upload/aceweb/content/Report_Wood%20Villages%20in%20the%20context%20of%20market%20integration_EN_Final.pdf
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