EU’s plywood imports rebound strongly since September last year

EU’s plywood imports rebound strongly since September last year
Latest analysis of Eurostat figures underlines the recent volatile conditions in the EU and UK plywood trade. Total EU+UK imports from outside the rose to a peak of 4.8 million cu.m in the 12 months to March 2019 before declining sharply to a low of 4.1 million cu.m in the 12 months to March 2020.    The decline in imports predates the first Covid-19 lockdown in Europe and was due to weakening construction sector activity and overstocking in the prepandemic period. The rebound in construction and DIY activity after the first ...

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