Global Market Enhancement: LINKS
Asia and the Pacific
  1. 2003. Timber Faces China Syndrome. R. Hoskin. The National Business Review. (pdf)
  1. 2007. EuroForest Portal. The EUROFOREST Portal aims to meet demands for better access to state-of-art information on European forests and forestry in an easily accessible and user-friendly form. It represents a web-based entry point into pan-European forest information in the selected topics. The portal contains a metadatabase about information in the internet and news service. Metadata is described in English, but actual URLs may contain information in any language. The website was launched 1 Oct 2007 and is maintained by EFI. (website)
North America
  1. 2008. Crisis or Opportunity? Sustaining and strenghthening forest based industries in the Great Lakes region. Conference. 23-25 June 2008. Proceedings and Presentations. Great Lakes Forest Alliance, Inc. (website)
  2. Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) (website)
  3. 1999. The Globalization of Timber. G. Draffan. 1999. Public information Network, Seattle, WA. July, 1999. (website)
Latin America and the Caribbean
  1. 2003. The Global Timber & Lumber eMarketplace, Information Center. (website)
  2. 2000. 7th Annual International Woodchip and Pulplog Trade Review, 2000 edition.D. Neilson and B. Flynn. order form (website)
  3. 2000. Forest Products Annual Market Analysis 2000-2001. FAO. Timber Bulletin. Volume (LVI) ECE/TIM/BULL/54/3 (website with pdfs of report)
date revised: 3 January, 2017