Chinese H1 log imports grow sharply, while sawn timber purchases crash

Chinese H1 log imports grow sharply, while sawn timber purchases crash
According to data released by the China customs, in the first half of 2021, a total of 31.61 million cubic meters of logs were imported across by China, an increase of 28.91% compared to the 24.52 million cubic meters of imports in the same period last year. However, last year, imports were sharply reduced due to the coronavirus pandemic.    A total of 14.07 million cubic meters of sawn timber was imported in China from January to June, a decrease of 6.73 million cubic meters from the same period last year or ...

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