Hardwood trade in the EU keeps stable, despite reluctant political situation

Hardwood trade in the EU keeps stable, despite reluctant political situation
There are signs that the upturn in the eurozone economy in the last 2 years will be short-lived and growth is stagnating again. Meanwhile, the trade war between USA and China has stirred fears of a new global recession and EU countries are anxiously awaiting the outcome of Brexit negotiations with the UK. None of which is good for market stability.    The latest economic forecasts suggest that the eurozone will be marked by significantly lower growth in 2019. An FT survey of 24 economists at the end of last year, gave forecasts of eurozone GDP ...

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