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L irrésistible ascension des réseaux Sud-Sud: En suivant l'exemple du bois

Jean-Marc Roda ()

No 40410, Working Papers from CIRAD, Forest department, UPR40

Abstract: Depuis les années 1960, le commerce mondial des bois tropicaux est progressivement passé d'échanges Sud-Nord à des échanges Sud-Sud, le phénol`ene s'étant accéléré dans le milieu des années 1990. Avec l'émergence de nouveaux acteurs en réseaux.

Keywords: Mondialisation; BRIC; chine; Inde; Brésil; Afrique; bois tropicaux; déforestation; commerce; réseaux; transnationales; post-fordisme (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Q23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 5 pages
Date: 2011, Revised 2011-03
Note: Published in French in the Journal DIPLOMATIE N°49 (nmar-apr 2011). (Areion Group). Download at : http://www.diplomatie-presse.com/?p=3541
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Published in French in the Journal DIPLOMATIE N°49 (nmar-apr 2011). (Areion Group). Download at : http://www.diplomatie-presse.com/?p=3541

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