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May 10, 2016

China: Log imports pick up in 1Q/2016 on declining log inventories and rising demand

China: Log imports pick up in 1Q/2016 on declining log inventories and rising demand

Increased demand for wood products and declining log inventories in China has resulted in higher importation of logs to China in the 1Q/16. Australia has increased its shipments almost three-fold in three years and currently, ten percent of all softwood logs unloaded in Chinese ports are from Australia.

Softwood log imports to China picked up in March to the highest level in 12 months. The total import volume for the first quarter of 2016 was just over seven million m3, which was about two percent higher than in the 1Q/15,

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