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Contents. The development of policy-- the implementation of policy-- private forestry in a European context-- private forestry policy in Britain, Ireland, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden-- private forestry considerations in other selected countries-- current policy issues in Western Europe.
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In the total forestry industry was worth around. 35, NOK. Norway's wetlands. Area: km2 ( % of total land mass) Return to Top of Page.
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