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By Wood Resources International
Increased investments in the housing sector resulted in record imports of logs and lumber to China in the 2Q/13, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly.

By Wood Resources International
Seattle, USA. China’s hunger for wood was less acute in 2012 than the previous year. In particular importation of softwood logs fell substantially from the record levels of 2011, as reported by the Wood Resource Quarterly (www.woodprices.com).

By Wood Resources International LLC
The slowing economy in China has reduced the importation of logs from New Zealand, Russia and the US by 15% during 1H/12. Prices for imported and domestic softwood logs in China have fallen this year by 14% and 10%, respectively as reported by WRQ.

By Wood Resources International LLC
China’s demand for logs and lumber fell in 1Q because of their slowing housing market, as reported in the WRQ. Lately, North American log and lumber exporters have increased their market share at the expense of exporters in Russia and New Zealand.

By Wood Resources International LLC
The US and Canada have been exporting record volumes of logs and lumber to China in 2011. The Wood Resource Quarterly predicts that exports in 2011 will double those seen in 2010 to reach an estimated value of 2.6 billion dollars.

By Wood Resources International LLC
The forest industry in China is continuing its expansion, and with limited domestic timber resources, importation of logs and wood chips are at an all-time high; tight supply of domestic logs has increased local log prices to new highs in the 2Q/10.

By Hakan Ekstrom
The forest industry in China is continuing its expansion, and with limited domestic timber resources, importation of logs and wood chips are at an all-time high

By Wood Resources International LLC
The international financial crisis has put a damper on global trade of wood chips used for pulp manufacturing in 2009, reports Wood Resources International. The biggest decline has been in shipments from Australia, South Africa and Uruguay to Japan.

By Wood Resources International LLC
China is the major import destination for globally traded forest products. The country is the world’s largest importer of pulp and logs, and was the 2nd largest importer of softwood lumber in the world in the 2Q, reports Wood Resource Quarterly

By Hakan Ekstrom
The domestic sawlog market in China has tightened as a result of reduced log imports from Russia in 2008. The increased competition for logs has pushed log prices upward to record highs in the 3Q 08, according to Wood Resources International.



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