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The Impact of Development in Forestry Related Activities on Local Economy

Florin-Octavian Matei
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Florin-Octavian Matei: Academy of Economics Studies Bucharest

Risk in Contemporary Economy, 2017, 240-249

Abstract: The forests are a very important natural resource for Romania, but forestry has not have just the harvesting wood activity, is also have secondary activities with a local social and economic impact, because of the regional specification of those products. Fish farming, forest fruit and mushrooms, medicinal plants, wood seeds, ornamental trees, hunting and recreational activities, all those activities can have an influence on local economy, bringing turists and selling products for a higher price and can be done localy and only in small activities.

Date: 2017
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