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From 2022, the state of otville will ban the export of raw timber

Release date: 2021-02-03 09:32     Source: unknown     Author: admin     Click:

Core summary: According to the development plan of the forest industrial complex, the government of tville will ban the export of raw timber from 2022, according to the Tass news agency.

· Mulianyun ·

Governor Igor rudnia announced at a regional government meeting on Tuesday that he plans to step up measures to protect and regenerate forest resources.

"First of all, this is a national support for the development and establishment of new timber processing enterprises," the state government information center quoted the governor as saying.

Starting from 2022, the export of unprocessed timber will be prohibited. It is planned to comprehensively promote the digital transformation of the industry's information, and vigorously increase measures to protect and regenerate forest resources. "

The news center confirmed that the implementation of the national "tville State Forestry" plan from 2021 to 2026.

According to reports, the state government of tville has previously announced other measures to support the forest industry in the region. By 2025, financial aid to the industry is expected to be 752 million rubles.

The formulation of the new strategy is imminent. Because, in the case of forest industry showing good growth momentum, it is a pity that forestry does not have a good development trend. For example, in the forest industry, the added value of products increased by 5.2% and employment increased by 23%. At this time, there is a shortage of forestry practitioners, and the gap between the area of forest restoration and the area of reforestation on the burned, felled and pest slashed land increases.

About half of the state's land is forested, with a total area of more than 4.8 million hectares. The state's forest industrial complex has about 340 businesses.

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