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The opportunity set for timberland investing in Australia
Radio Feature 28: Robert Eastment in conversation with Sona Blessing
 
Friday, September 23, 2011
Hobart - Tasmania

radio In an exclusive interview Robert Eastment, Director of IndustryEdge, Forest Pulp and Paper Market Intelligence Service, shares his insights on the opportunity set for timberland investments in Australia – cost of land, markets for its timber exports, how harnessing bio energy and claiming carbon credits against forests could fit into the investment equation...

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The opportunity set for timberland investing in Australia

Duration: 18:09 

 

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  • Q1 - Why should investors be looking to invest in Australian Timberland - what is the opportunity set?

    Duration: 03:31 


  • Q2 - What would be the returns investors can expect and the duration across which they could be achieved?

    Duration: 04:05 


  • Q3 - Would you like to put a number to that?

    Duration: 01:00 


  • Q4 - What is the price of timberland in Australia and how would they compare to those with for example in the US?

    Duration: 03:23 


  • Q5 - Prospects for developing the bio energy sector in Australia and how its benefits would potentially link in with timberland investing?

    Duration: 06:28 



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