Bark beetle logs from Europe fill China’s wood gap

Bark beetle logs from Europe fill China’s wood gap
    The world wood market has become very chaotic due to the outbreak of the coronavirus which seriously impacted the import and export of wood products. The demand from China suffered in the first half of 2002, but arrivals of bark beetle damaged European logs are steady and demand recovered in the second half. Imports are also high from New Zealand with the European beetle damaged logs becoming the second source for China.    In 2019, Chinese imports of logs from New Zealand reached 17-18 mil. m3, about 3% more than 2018 and ...

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