Ofac-Brief: Making legally sourced wood mandatory in government procurement contracts in Central Africa

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Ofac-Brief: Making legally sourced wood mandatory in government procurement contracts in Central Africa

Ofac-Brief: Making legally sourced wood mandatory in government procurement contracts in Central Africa

Authors: Eba'a Atyi, R.; Lescuyer, G.; Tsanga, R.; Liboum, M.; Assembe-Mvondo, S.; Guizol, P.; Medjibe, V.P.; Bayol, N.; Essiane-Mendoula, E.; Ferrari, S.; Jungers, Q.; Palla, F.; Bastin, D.

Topic: public sector, legal rights, wood products, wood industry, supply chain

Geographic: Central Africa

Pages: 4p

Publisher: Observatory of Central African Forests (OFAC), Yaounde, Cameroon

Publication Year: 2018


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