The Operational Management of Rosewood in Madagascar



Madagascar is among the countries of the world rich in natural resources; in addition to the mining structure is very exceptional characterized stratification. The economic development of Malagasy people can be done quickly. So, the recent use of precious or precious materials such as rosewood timber comprises the main cause of development in Madagascar. The government of Madagascar has launched a management plan for the use of this precious wood in all eastern regions largest island. The exploitation of rosewood is regularly and officially following the international law and the operation of the Malagasy state license.  The operating rosewood management has been made since the Third Republic of Madagascar. The exploitation of management included specific management for facilities selling or storing. In the operating environment of rosewood, members of the steering committee of the precious wood chairs postponed that good operating rosewood management is conducted from the month of February 2014 especially at national level, in frames or regional heads, prosecutors and district heads were involved friction and internationally, in countries where we have enjoyed the collaboration of local customs department. This department operating management shows that the seizure of the logs of rosewood was analyzed in the following areas East: to Manambolosy, District Mananara at Andranotsara. District to Antalaha. Mananara in Belo, District of Morondava, Makira,to Ambalabe, Eastern Cape Antalaha at Mangakata Fana. District Soanierana Ivongo at Maroiroy, District Tolaganro. All regions of large Island.

Key word: operational, management, rosewood.

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