Finnish pine in limited supply; prices in Chinese markets on the rise

Finnish pine in limited supply; prices in Chinese markets on the rise
Finnish pine lumber shipments to China in the first quarter of this year fell by more than 50% compared with the first quarter of last year.     Since the beginning of the year, affected by the new coronavirus pandemic, the Chinese furniture industry has fallen into a downturn and the situation has not much improved. As the Finnish pine is mainly used for making furniture in China, exports from Finland have followed the same trend.    However, in terms of prices, the price of Finnish pine lumber has recently increased slightly by 30-50 ...

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