The governments of Malaysia and the Malaysian state of Sarawak need to assess for possible changes in forest policy. Nature-loving pressure threatens traditional market relations and patterns of business-government interaction. Harvest regulations, subsidies, trade restrictions, environmental controls and property rights are provided all structures in question.

The governments of Malaysia and the Malaysian state of Sarawak need to assess for possible changes in forest policy. Nature-loving pressure threatens traditional market relations and patterns of business-government interaction. Harvest regulations, subsidies, trade restrictions, environmental controls and property rights are provided all structures in question.
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Forest Reinhardt
Source: Harvard Business School
26 pages.
Release Date: 11 May in 1992. Prod #: 792099-PDF-ENG
Forest Policy in Malaysia HBR case solution

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