EU exports less softwood lumber to Japan but at much higher prices

EU exports less softwood lumber to Japan but at much higher prices
Exports of European softwood lumber to Japan reached in volume 1,110,802 cubic meters in the first half of the year, 37% less than the same period of last year. This is the fourth year of consecutive decline.    However, due to booming export prices, exports in value declined by only 4%. The average European export price was up by 54%.    By items, sawn and planed pine exports are 407,495 m3, 56% less than in the first half of 2020, while sawn and planed spruce exports  reached 675,269 m3, 17 ...

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