Strict restrictive measures in most EU countries and indeed across the world have more or less restricted production, which has a knock-on effect on sales and consumption. However, export-oriented wood processing and furniture production expect the EU's stringent restrictions to be eased, as many businesses in the field have temporarily or even permanently lost both foreign and domestic orders. A modern, technologically and commercially organized, globally competitive European wood industry sends raw materials and supplies all over the world. Exports of raw materials to the Far East have significantly increased over the last ...
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