GFTN-Bolivia is a WWF initiative that brings together producer and buyer companies of FSC certified products. These companies, through their participation in the GFTN-Bolivia, are benefited with new market opportunities, financing mechanisms for their management and responsible forestry trade, assessment to increase and / or improved productive capacity and market research for new species.
Launched in April 2007, the GFTN-Bolivia is one the 30 member networks of the WWF's Global Forest & Trade Network (GFTN).
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