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Return from standing timber in project-evaluation. Analysis of Maharashtra project


, : Return from standing timber in project-evaluation. Analysis of Maharashtra project. Indian Forester 101(12): 723-729

Criticizes some assumptions made in the assessment of the profitability of this project comments in reply by P.G. Sathe and R.S.

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