The implementation of pandemic prevention and control measures in China in the first half of the year had a great impact on logistics, transportation and timber market recovery. From January to July this year, China's softwood lumber imports fell by 21% year-on-year to 9.2 million cubic meters, and the import value fell by 4% to 2.2 billion US dollars. In addition, affected by factors such as rising international oil prices, the average price of imported softwood lumber rose by 21% to US$243 per cubic meter. Log ...
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