In the Czech Republic, from the point of view of non-state forest owners, perhaps one of the most difficult years in the last few decades is coming. "The bark beetle calamity is far from over, although it is mitigating, but unfortunately economic recession, significant energy price hikes and high inflation come into play. The drop in demand will undoubtedly affect the sale of wood and wood products," says Jiří Svoboda, chairman of the Association of Owners of Municipal, Private and Church Forests in the Czech Republic (SVOL). Among the most important tasks of 2023, SVOL ranks the amendment of ...
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