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La Chine achète 75% de la production forestière africaine

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  1. phitheb

    phitheb Dieu souverain

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    "Since China has started to invest in Africa, the outward foreign direct investment (OFDI) stock has grown to more than $30 billion in 2014, from only $1 billion in 2004. Now, China invests in more than 84 forest projects, rising from only 8 such investments in 2007. The investments made especially in the timber sector have grown substantially and more than 25 African countries benefit from this at the moment, according to Quartz Africa.

    Though, even if the African economy had so much to gain after China’s investments in the forestry, the forests had a lot to suffer. There is some information that might help prevent the worsening of the situation, especially on how the companies and the government should handle this issue in the future.

    First of all, China is the world’s largest timber importer and processor or logs, handling the growing demand of wood so well. Thus, a great part of this wood comes from Africa. Approximately 75% of African timber exports go to China every year, as the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) states. Still, the good part about these Chinese investments is that it creates market access and increases the income source in Zambia. But alongside with this, there comes a lower contribution to local employment, inferior labor practices, deforestation, and involvement in illegal logging and timber trade...."


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    http://www.globalwoodmarketsinfo.com/african-forests-affected-by-chinas-investments/
     
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  2. phitheb

    phitheb Dieu souverain

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    Et un article de Greenpeace sur un sujet proche:

    "Investigation: How illegal timber from Cameroon’s rainforest could be landing in China’s ports

    Chinese firms are importing large quantities of wood which may be illegally cut from African rainforests – according to an ongoing Greenpeace investigation into one of the leading Cameroonian suppliers of logs.

    The investigation comes after various studies linking
    China to illegal african log imports, and as Chinese and EU negotiators meet to discuss regulating timber imports as part of the Bilateral Coordination Mechanism (BCM).

    The investigation also found similar concerns about European imports from the same
    trader leading to action last week by Dutch regulators.
    The presence of wood from the same supplier (CCT) in China may open up the possibility of illegally cut wood re-entering the EU market once it has been processed...."


    http://www.greenpeace.org/africa/en...n-how-illegal-timber-from-cameroo/blog/55951/
     
  3. Mathieu

    Mathieu Alpha & Oméga
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    Comment est ce que "Approximately 75% of African timber exports go to China every year" devient "La Chine contrôle 75% de la production forestière africaine". Sacré raccourci sensationnaliste... !?
     
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  4. phitheb

    phitheb Dieu souverain

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    tu as raison.
    my mistake, j'ai corrigé le titre
     
  5. 五毛哥

    五毛哥 Dieu Supérieur

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    Misteak haché
     
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  6. phitheb

    phitheb Dieu souverain

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    waoh, c'est la grande forme wumao aujourd'hui:)
     
  7. Neuromancer

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    Il manque un sujet sur le neo-colonialisme chinois en Afrique sur ce site...
     
  8. phitheb

    phitheb Dieu souverain

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    y'a un thread sur les hommes de la Chinafrique si tu veux
     

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