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  • bobutne
    FORDAQ, The Timber Network, The Gabon export ban continues and the authorities have made it clear that the ban includes logs, as well as boules and through
    Message 1 of 6 , May 2 1:38 PM
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      FORDAQ, The Timber Network, "The Gabon export ban continues and the authorities have made it clear that the ban includes logs, as well as boules and through cut logs with trimmed heart and edges. Producers seem to have accepted the log export ban and have started to bring sawmills and other downstream facilities back into full production."

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      In Gabon, if companies want to cut down and export timber out of Gabon, they first must build sawmills and other downstream facilities and then use the sawmills to process the timber for export. Provides many more jobs for Gabonese and brings more income to Gabon.
    • Isaac Zama
      One of the rare instances that a central african president stands up for the interest of his people and country. Great job. ... From: bobutne
      Message 2 of 6 , May 2 6:39 PM
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        One of the rare instances that a central african president stands up for the interest of his people and country.
        Great job.

        --- On Mon, 5/2/11, bobutne <bobutne@...> wrote:


        From: bobutne <bobutne@...>
        Subject: [Gabon Discussion] Good job, Ali
        To: gabondiscussion@yahoogroups.com
        Date: Monday, May 2, 2011, 8:38 PM


        FORDAQ, The Timber Network,  "The Gabon export ban continues and the authorities have made it clear that the ban includes logs, as well as boules and through cut logs with trimmed heart and edges. Producers seem to have accepted the log export ban and have started to bring sawmills and other downstream facilities back into full production."

        http://timber.fordaq.com/fordaq/news/logs_softwood_plywood_26271.html
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        In Gabon, if companies want to cut down and export timber out of Gabon, they first must build sawmills and other downstream facilities and then use the sawmills to process the timber for export. Provides many more jobs for Gabonese and brings more income to Gabon.



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