china is to begin on the canal through nicaragua in nov/dec
in doing so they will clear 400,000 hectares of different types of land
that means a lot of tropical hardwood will be coming available
the company building the canal has claimed the timber but i wonder if it
will all go back to china first or will they ship all over from there
On Tue, 29 Sep 2015 11:57:19 -0700, Electric Comet
When the plans were made, China counted on getting and processing all
of the wood. China NEVER sells raw materials when there is either a
shortage of them, or a chance to make more money by processing them.
With the upset in the Chinese econmy - anything is possible.
On Tue, 29 Sep 2015 17:56:08 -0400
they have claimed all the timber and anything remaining will be left
for the people for firewood
from what you say it sounds like it will go back to china and will probably
show up here as cheap products
the env impact report is 2.75 million words in 14 volumes and 11000 pages
i read the executive summary
That's what they want. One of my sisters and her husband retired there
One thing about Costa Rica, their border is closed and you must have a
provable source of income to move there, no exceptions.
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