Russia’s log export ban could cause raw material scarcity in Europe

Russia’s log export ban could cause raw material scarcity in Europe
    Europe could face a raw material scarcity which may well result as both a direct and indirect consequence of the Russian export ban on logs due to commence in January 2022.    Demand for wood in Europe is currently high and likely to remain so. While Europe imports a relatively small amount of Russian logs (approximately 170,000 tonnes of softwood logs and almost 3.4 million tonnes of birch logs), other neighbouring countries namely Belarus, Ukraine and Turkey also have log or wood product export bans (or measures having the same effect ...

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