European lumber exports to the United States rise sharply in Jan.-Sep. 2021

European lumber exports to the United States rise sharply in Jan.-Sep. 2021
      US imports of lumber from Europe in the first nine months of the year have increased by 36% in volume, but more than doubled in value due to high export prices.     In January-September 2021, US' main source for European softwood lumber was Germany with 1,53 million m3 and a share of 52 percent of the overall American imports from Europe. Sweden came second with 511 thousand m3 and a 2% decrease yoy. Significant growth rates were registered in U.S. imports from Romania (+85%).     ...

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