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January 26, 2014

Debate over log exports after ban in Indonesia

Debate over log exports after ban in Indonesia
The suggestion that limited log exports could be resumed has generated considerable debate. The idea was first made by the Association of Indonesian Forest Concessionaires (APHI) who said such a change in the ban on log exports would generate better prices and offer opportunities for market diversification.    It was suggested by the Ministry of Forestry that logs from either community plantation forests (HTR) or industrial forest plantation concessions could be exported provided they come from areas covered by SVLK certificates.    Hadi Daryanto, the Forestry Ministry's secretary-general said “exports would be ...

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