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Cameroun: richesse forestière ignorée

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The trade in illegally harvested timber provides a living for more than 45,000 people, a major source of income for corrupt officials and not a cent for the state.
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https://doi.org/10.17528/cifor/003357
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    Publication year

    2010

    Authors

    Pye-Smith, C.

    Language

    French

    Keywords

    illegal logging, timber trade, illegal logging, forest products

    Geographic

    Cameroon

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