October 13, 2016
Brazilian timber exports halved in the last 10 years; export “Brazilian-ness” a way to increase international market share
In the ten years since 2005 Brazilian timber exports have almost halved (-44%) while imports have increased dramatically. This, and the fact that Brazil slipped from the 12th to 32nd place in the ranking among exporting countries, has been reported by Market Intelligence Institute (IEMI). Prospects for a short term recovery in furniture sales are not good but IEMI is forecasting that global and domestic demand should begin a recovery towards year end but it is unlikely that the furniture sector will see production rise to the 476 million pieces produced in 2013. IEMI has forecast ...
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