Forecasts of the Economic Growth in OECD Countries and Central and Eastern European Countries for the Period 2000-2040: A Study
United Nations Publications, 2002 - Economic development - 52 pages
The main objective of the European Forest Sector Outlook Studies project is to analyze the possible future developments of the forest and forest industry sector in Europe, including CIS, considering the challenges and uncertainties of varying policies, market developments and the influence of exogenous factors. The outcomes should assist policy and investment decision-making. The main target groups for this publication are policy makers, entrepreneurs and the academic community.
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