The timber trade has been quieter in recent years than in recent years. In January-April, the member companies of the Finnish Forest Industries Association have purchased a total of 8.6 million cubic meters of wood from private forests, which is almost 3 million cubic meters less than in the corresponding period a year ago. Compared to the average of the last five years, the drop is 16 percent, Metsäteollisuus says. Although trade has been fairly steady at the beginning of the year, especially in January-February, the difference in ...
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