Jacobi, Stephen
November 2007
Inwood;Nov/Dec2007, Issue 77, p23
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the importance of the launch of the NZ Wood programme and the New Zealand government's climate change and carbon trading policy in 2007. It explains that the NZ Wood program leverages the government funding set by the Forest Industries Council (FIC) in 2003. It stresses the need for the wood industry to be internationally competitive in order to maintain the processing industry in New Zealand which is necessary to meet growing local demand for wood.


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