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December 1, 2022

China: Recovery signs of the softwood import market in Q1/2023

In China, the softwood import market remains weak but there are small hopes for Q1/2023. As of mid-November, daily usage is hovering around 70,000 cubic metres per day across the eastern seaboard for all softwoods, well off the pace of the normal 80- 90,000 we would typically see at this time of year.  But a significant positive is the rate of consumption in a nation where COVID lockdowns in large cities remains the order of the day. Currently, New Zealand shows total dominance in the softwood trade. NZ Radiata pine is now in excess ...

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