Global sawlog prices on the rise due to sharp recovery in trade

Global sawlog prices on the rise due to sharp recovery in trade
Global log trade made a comeback in the third quarter of the year following two quarters of weak performances. Most of the increases in log imports occurred in Asia, while many countries in Europe have relied less on imported logs this year than in 2018 and 2019.    Shipments of softwood roundwood to China reached record-highs in the 3Q 2020 when the country imported 13.5 million m3 of logs, up 65% from the previous quarter. The major supplying countries were New Zealand, Germany, Australia, Russia, and the US. The most significant change from the 2Q ...

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