Germany: Massive exports to the US put pressure on domestic wood prices

Germany: Massive exports to the US put pressure on domestic wood prices
The German wood market is divided into two parts. While wood prices are only rising very slowly for German forest owners, sawmills and exporters make real money.    Most recently, the prices for spruce were around 9 percent higher than at the height of the market crisis last autumn. On the other hand, forest owners in Germany still get a third less for spruce than they did two years ago.    At the same time, the German wood market is empty. The reason: With exports to the USA and China, the demand is going ...

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