Prices for Finnish exported lumber expected to fall after record highs

Prices for Finnish exported lumber expected to fall after record highs
    The Finnish forest industry has benefited from high export prices due to the coronavirus pandemic. The value of exports will rise by 15 percent this year, but still lag behind pre-corona levels. Next year, growth will slow down as this year's wild price spikes in lumber will certainly not repeat next year.    “The production of forest industry products and the growth in exports are driven by particularly high prices and a weak base year of 2020, the figures of which were weighed down by a pandemic and industrial action. The ...

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