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close this bookCommercialization of Non-Timber Forest Products in Amazonia (NRI, 1993)
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View the documentIntroduction
View the documentRubber and extractive reserves
View the documentOther extractive products
View the documentImpact of commercialization
View the documentThe future of extractivism
View the documentResearch and development priorities
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