Argentina's timber industry sees worst conditions in 50 years, as loggers' sales plummet more than 70% in last month, sawmills and furniture makers struggle to access government-announced funding lines. Among the sectors punished for the crash sales from quarantine is the logging sector, where sales plummeted more than 70% in the last month, according to a survey made by the Argentine Federation of the Timber Industry (FAIMA) between 21 and 23 April. The survey also reveals the difficulties of sawmills and furniture manufacturers in accessing government ...
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