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Framework for the Evaluation of the Legality of Forestry Operations and the Processing and Marketing of Timber: Principles, Criteria and Indicators for Madagascar

Document (PDF: 1MB) by Julien Noël Rakotoarisoa, Cynthia Ratsimbazafy, David J. Newton and Stéphane Ringuet (August 2016). TRAFFIC East/Southern Africa. ISBN no: 978-1-85850-393-6.
This document provides an overview of the existing regulations pertaining to forest operations and timber industry in Madagascar.