slick propaganda by Weyerhaeuser??
jimfrost at hctc.com
Sun Mar 28 23:38:07 EST 1999
Are you saying that Weyer. cannot bid on (ie. Wash DNR sales) or accept
public timber if it exports as suggested in what Michael Hagen wrote or
did I not get what was written?
> It's called 'substitution' and it's not allowed, even at arm's length.
> Jim Frost <jimfrost at hctc.com> wrote in message
> news:36FD9B92.7D55 at hctc.com..
> >Michael Hagen wrote:
> >> Very cool. And now I have to objection to their being able to bid on
> >> Washington State DNR timber sales, from which had been banned
> >> previously, to prevent the mixing of domestic and exportable logs.
> >Since when? I thought that if a company is a exporter they are not
> >allowed to buy public timber. Did they take the step I've seen some
> >companies do, create a new arms-length company, that allows them to bid
> >on public sales? And if so, they couldn't sell it the the Weyerhaeusr
> >mills, could they? Who do they sell it to?
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