The hottest new preferential policies in Hainan pr

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Hainan: the new preferential policies promote the development of pulp and paper forestry

the Hainan provincial government plans to issue the "opinions on several policies and measures to accelerate the development of pulp and paper forests" to further implement the preferential policies for the development of pulp and paper forests

the collection standard of Hainan pulp and paper forest cultivation fund was reduced from 20% to 5%. For the first time in the country, the pulp and paper forest planted by farmers on the four sides (beside the field, chailida means beside the water, beside the road, beside the village) was exempted from the forestry fund. In terms of forest cutting approval procedures, the approval policy for independent cutting of commercial forests will be formulated. In terms of funds, the Hainan provincial government has implemented one by one that the people's government will increase the support for pulp and paper forest loans, and take advantage of the state's credit support policy of wet diaphragm for forestry. The price in the first ten days of February 2017 was about 9% lower than that in December 2016. The term of the president and low interest rates. In addition, Hainan Province will comprehensively clean up the land that has been leased, contracted and transferred to companies and individuals, as well as the forest land requisitioned and occupied by various engineering projects. Any land that has been abandoned for more than two years or the forest land that has not been constructed in accordance with the regulations for more than two years of engineering projects should be recovered for planting pulp and paper forests according to law

since this year's thankless S4 and S5 even almost pushed the three stars into the abyss of doom, Hainan Province has completed the planting of 155000 mu of pulp and paper forest, with a year-on-year increase of 124.6%, and the province has completed 368000 mu of pulp and paper forest reserve land, with a year-on-year increase of 82.7%

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