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forest industrial sector of Russia

opportunity awaiting

by Charles A. Backman

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Published by Parthenon Pub. Group in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Russia (Federation)
    • Subjects:
    • Forests and forestry -- Russia (Federation),
    • Forest products -- Russia (Federation),
    • Forest products industry -- Russia (Federation)

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-218).

      StatementCharles A. Backman.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD207 .B24 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 297 p. :
      Number of Pages297
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL369763M
      ISBN 101850706611
      LC Control Number98030442

      In Sweden about half of the forests are owned by non-industrial private forest owners, and the rest mainly by industrial forest companies, the state and forest commons (The Swedish Forest Agency ). The current forest policy gives equal priority to production and environmental objectives (Ministry of Agriculture ; Bush ).Cited by: Industrial systems are made up of input, processes, and output. The input of raw materials, labour, land, power, and other infrastructure. The process is the plan the manufacturer has of how to turn raw materials into finished products of value. And finally, the output is the end of the product from which the income earned it. Industrial Clusters.


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forest industrial sector of Russia by Charles A. Backman Download PDF EPUB FB2

All forest products 6, million USD 4% 8th Note: forest resource data is for ; forest products data is for Sources: FAO (a and b).

Structure and composition of the sector Table 2 shows the structure and composition of File Size: KB. Russian Forest Industry - a set of Russian industries related to wood harvesting and processing. One of the oldest sectors of the economy. On the territory of Russia is 1/4 of the world's reserves of wood.

According to data for the total forest area has exceeded million hectares, representing 45% of the total area of the country. The results of this study have been published in a book titled The Forest Industrial Sector of Russia: Opportunity Awaiting by Charles A.

Backman, published by Parthenon Publishing Group, ISBN International Forest Sector Institutions and Policy Instruments for Europe: A Source Book provides an overview of the institutional landscape with relevance to forest sector policies in Europe.

43 major international, inter-governmental, private and non-governmental as well as research institutesFile Size: KB. The forest standing stock in Russia is nearly 82 billion cubic meters (m 3), and the standing stock in Finland is approximately 2 billion m 3.

(Global standing stock is roughly billion m 3.) The Russian forest industry has traditionally been heavily oriented toward exports. Russia's GDP is primarily made up of three different sectors: The agriculture, industrial, and service sector. The agricultural sector.

Abstract. The forest sector in Russia is of significance for the economy of the country, accounting as it does for 4% of the GDP.

Similarly the sector accounts for over 7% of the total industrial labor force of the country (Burdin ).Cited by: 4. COUNTRY PRODUCTION STATUS Although Russia accounts for over 20% of the world forests, its share of world forest products trade is below 4%. To find out more, click here.

LAWS The Russian Forest Code () is the main forestry law of the Russian Federation. For more information on this and other laws and regulations pertaining to forest management, wood.

Forestry is an important economic segment in various industrial countries. For example, in Germany, forests cover nearly a third of the land area, [6] wood is the most important renewable resource, and forestry supports more than a million jobs and about € billion of value to the German economy each year.

Much of the installed manufacturing base in Russia is old, energy-inefficient, overstaffed, and in need of major a consequence, the sector’s average return of approx.

3% is half the Russian industrial average. But the picture is different for the limited number of Russian plants that have been transformed by capital investment and. Industrial production in Russia edged up percent year-on-year in March ofeasing from a percent rise in the previous month and below market expectations of a percent increase.

It was the lowest gain in industrial activity since May ofas output fell for extraction of raw materials ( percent vs percent in February); water, sewage ( percent vs. forest sector • development of international cooperation in forestry and forest industry • involvement of citizens in decision-making process Russia's accession to the WTO Russia's accession to the WTO () brought about changes of regulations on unprocessed timber exports (see Annex ).File Size: KB.

The report canvasses three scenarios for the forest sector: inertial, moderate, and innovation. The Russian forest sector will continue to increase production under all scenarios, but only the innovation scenario will ensure the progressive development of Russian forests based on the principles of sustainable forest management.

ment strategies for the forest sector, drafts norms on forest management, the use of forest resources, the pro-tection of the natural environment in the forest and the game management. The ministry also manages the devel-opment of Latvian National Programme of Forest Sector and Related Indus-tries; * It represents Latvia’s forest sector in.

the forest sector (especially on new technologies), and facilitate the mobility of foreign experts to transfer critical skills. Next Steps EBRD and FAO are committed to follow up and help the Russian forest authorities and the private sector in setting the Roadmap and Action Plan into motion: 1.

The figures stagger the imagination. Last year Russia produced about the same amount of industrial roundwood as in It produced 70% less sawnwood as in and 60% less pulp. Not even the Second World War caused a collapse of that magnitude. Forces outside the forestry sector were responsible for most of this dramatic decline.

Russia - Industry Industrial production runs out of steam in March. Industrial output edged up % year-on-year in March, slowing markedly from the % increase in February and marking the weakest expansion since May As a result, annual industrial production growth eased to % in Q1from % in Q4 Russia Forest Information and Data According to the U.N.

FAO, % or aboutha of Russia is forested, according to FAO. Of this % (,) is classified as primary forest, the most biodiverse and carbon-dense form of. Russia's forests are the largest in the world and yet relatively little is know about them.

What we do know is that they are hugely important to the global climate and the global economy. But. The Russian forest sector is a significant employer that directly accounted for more than two million employees in Russia in Between and the mids the number of people directly employed by the forest sector fell from to million people.

Employment in the forest sector has not fallen as steeply as the physical output. The Finnish forest industry has been actively developing the forest sector in northwest Russia for almost 20 years now.

The total value of investments already exceeds one billion euro. The Finnish forest industry has invested totally more than a billion euro. The Russian forest is the last big wood basket of the international timber market and the conservation of the Russian forest is critical to protect global environment.

There is a strong need to analyze present situation of forest policy and forest industry in Russia. The basic direction of forest policy reform of Russia is decentralization and introduction of market by: 2.

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Are you an author. Learn about Author Central/5(K). TOTAL FOREST COVERED AREA ML HA TOTAL VO5 BILLION CUBIC METRES 45 % of the total territory of the Russian Federation 20 % of the total world territory FOREST SECTOR SHARE IN ECONOMY INDUSTRIAL OUTPUT 3,9 % GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT 1,1 % GROSS EXPORT REVENUES 3,2 % EMPLOYMENT 6,6 % RUSSIAN FOREST SECTOR.

Northwest Russian Forest Sector in a Nutshell Sari Karvinen, Elina Välkky, Yuri Gerasimov and Alexander Dobrovolsky.

Disclaimer The information, statements and statistics (together the. In principle, the Northwest Russian forest cluster has all the necessary elements that, if developed and improved, could make the cluster competitive. Such developments and improvements require substantial investments and cooperation amongst companies.

The book also introduces the most important forest industry companies of Northwest Russia. Russia’s initiatives for its forest sector—principally export taxes on raw, unprocessed logs, or roundwood, and subsidies for investment in value-added processing infrastructure—which proves that Russia, at least in the short-run between andis achieving its stated goal ofFile Size: 1MB.

A History of Russian Forestry and its Leaders. Foreword "Not by the mind is Russia understood, the principal goal of efforts of the Federal Forest Service of Russia, can be attained by means of implementation of sustainable forest management. This book is intended for scientists, students, and specialists in the fields of forest ecology.

note 1: largest country in the world in terms of area but unfavorably located in relation to major sea lanes of the world; despite its size, much of the country lacks proper soils and climates (either too cold or too dry) for agriculture note 2: Russia's far east, particularly the Kamchatka Peninsula, lies along the Ring of Fire, a belt of active volcanoes and earthquake epicenters bordering.

Annual analytical research of the results of the Russian forest-based industries. This research shows the dynamics and development outcomes of forest-based industries of the country, detailed analysis of all of its segments, results of the major companies.

Also this issue contains analysis of state regulation against forest-based industries and the key events of the year. What products is the Russian forest sector competitive in. What are the effects of export taxes on the competitiveness of Russia’s forest sector, as well as the welfare of Russia as a whole.

The first of these questions can be quantitatively studied through the use of export statistics and trade oriented measures of competitiveness. The Russian Forest Sector: An Analysis by Four Regions Dr. Charles A. Backman W P databases of the total forest sector of Siberia and Russia.

The study is now moving into its second phase, which will encompass assessment studies of the greenhouse gas balances, forest resources and forest utilization, biodiversity and. forestry processes within Russia’s borders, as a means of strengthening both the Russian timber industrial sector and as an enabler of a broader post-Soviet economic transformation (one still based heavily on the exportation of natural resources), has not gone unnoticed (Simeone ).

The Russian Federal Forest Service are using the database as an input to both the development of sustainable forest management in Russia and to policy formulation.

It is also hoped that the RFFD will be useful to the international scientific community working in different aspects of research into Russian forestry and the forest sector.

Russian Federation - Sustainable Forestry Pilot Project: environmental assessment (English) Abstract. The Sustainable Forestry Pilot Project, will not cause major adverse environmental, or social impacts, a project seemingly seen as a comprehensive environmental management plan itself, developed to address general institutional, and technological deficiencies.

The Forest Resources of Russia by Economic Regions Dr. Charles A. Backman WP June databases of the total forest sector of Siberia and Russia.

The study is now moving into its second phase, which will encompass assessment believed reserved from industrial development. Furthermore, almost 90 percent of the.

WhatWood agency is the only Russian consulting company with core specialization in the timber industry analytics. Within almost five years of timber market research we provided services to clients in 15 countries from Finland to Canada, from UK to Korea.

Overview of the Forest Sector in the Russian Far East Production, Industry and the Problem of Illegal Logging By Alexander Sheingauz - Economic Research Institute, Forest Trends, DFID, CIFOR View Publication. Russia and China have been bound by long-standing ties since the middle of the 17th century, with mutual trade as an important aspect.

russia–china forest products trade sector as a whole contributed less than 3 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP)” (T or niainen, Saastamoinena, and Petro vb ). The forests of Russia's Far East play a crucial role in stabilizing global climate and may largely contribute to the global wood products market.

The European Bank for Reconstruction and. In principle, the Northwest Russian forest cluster has all the necessary elements that, if developed and improved, could make the cluster competitive.

Such developments and improvements require substantial investments and cooperation amongst compa-nies. The book also introduces the most important forest industry companies of Northwest Russia.The lower level of customs duties brings the Finnish forest industry tens of millions of euro in annual savings.

More active forest industry trade between our countries also benefits the people of Russia, strengthens the forest-based sector and boosts stumpage fee .sector in Russia are divided: 50 percent of respondents view the current market conditions as positive, while the other half hold negative views.

• This indicates that the conditions for conducting business have noticeably diverged in various segments of the manufacturing sector in Russia.

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