Burma's economic relations with Denmark
|Title:|| ||Special Economic Measures (Burma) Regulations, SOR/2007-285
|Date of publication:|| ||13 December 2007|
|Description/subject:|| ||INTERPRETATION [1.]
-PROHIBITIONS [3. - 13.]
7.(1)Investment — property in Burma held by or on behalf of Burma or national of Burma not ordinarily resident in Canada
7.(2)Investment — property held by or on behalf of a person in Burma
9.Docking — ship registered in Burma
10.Docking — ship registered under an Act of Parliament
11.Landing in Canada
12.Landing in Burma
-DUTY TO DETERMINE [14.]
-APPLICATION TO NO LONGER BE A DESIGNATED PERSON [16.]
-APPLICATION FOR A CERTIFICATE [17.]
17.(2)Certificate — time frame
-EXCLUSIONS [18. - 19.]
18.Import and export
-APPLICATION PRIOR TO PUBLICATION [20.]
-COMING INTO FORCE [21.]
|Language:|| ||English, Francais/ Français|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Canadian Legal Information Institute|
|Alternate URLs:|| ||http://www.canlii.org/fr/ca/legis/regl/dors-2007-285/derniere/dors-2007-285.html (Français)
|Date of entry/update:|| ||13 October 2010|
|Title:|| ||The Danish Burma Teak Report
|Date of publication:|| ||March 2004|
|Description/subject:|| ||"..a report on the huge Danish import of teak from Burma and about the importers, misinformed customers and eyewitnesses to the destruction of the country with the highest rate of deforestation in South East Asia... This report is a result of conversations with Danish importers and retailers of teak from Burma, research among Burma NGOs in Chiang Mai (Thailand), and research over the Internet. Other sources that have also been contacted are Global Witness (London), Burma Centrum Netherlands (Holland), Nepenthes (Denmark) and World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) among others.
The report uses the term Burma teak’. This refers to teak that was grown in Burma, and does not refer any teak of high quality no matter its country of origin.
The identity of some sources in the timber industry, the marine industry and a number of organisations remain anonymous because we found it of higher importance that the information was revealed than their names made public...
Table of contents:
Section 1: Danish import of Burma teak:
1A): Denmark holds the EU record;
1B): How does the Burma teak get to Denmark?
1C): How do we use Burma teak?
1D): Is it harmful?...
Section 2: The importers:
2A): Dalhoff Larsen & Hornemann (DLH);
2B): Aalborg Trae & Finer;
2C): International Hardwood;
2D): International Veneer;
2E): Dansk Trælast and M&S Hindenburg;
Section 3: The retailers...
Section 4: References and other sources...|
|Language:|| ||English, Danish, Dansk|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Danish Burma Support Group , Danish Burma Committee.|
|Alternate URLs:|| ||http://www.aif.dk/indhold/Burma/63-burmateak04uk.htm|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||14 August 2004|