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June 21, 2017

10% decline in EU imports of tropical sawnwood

10% decline in EU imports of tropical sawnwood
EU imports of tropical sawnwood decreased by 10% to 180,000 MT in the first quarter of 2017. After a significant rise in trade with Cameroon last year, EU imports of tropical sawnwood from the central African country declined 13% to 64,700 MT in the first three months of 2017.    Imports also fell from Malaysia (down 2% to 24,900 MT), Gabon (down 8% to 22,100 MT), Congo (down 16% to 9,900 MT), Côte d'Ivoire (down 13% to 8,800 MT), Ghana (down 18% to 3,400 MT), DRC (down 64 ...

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