Plywood exports from China to the European Union have decreased by -13% during January-July 2016, as compared to same period last year.
The value of the plywood exports reached EUR 245 million, as compared to the EUR 282 million worth of plywood exported in 2015 (January-July).
Almost all the European countries decreased their Chinese plywood imports. The top import source was still the UK, with EUR 133 million worth of plywood imported in the mentioned period. Yet, this represents a -13% decrease over last year.
Plywood imports dropped in Belgium and Germany to, by -18% and -12%, respectively. Belgium, the second European plywood import country, imported Chinese plywood at a value of EUR 32 million, as compared to the EUR 39 million during January-July 2015. Germany's imports amounted to EUR 17 million.
France's plywood worth of imports from China remained almost the same, at a value of EUR 15.2 million, as compared to the EUR 15.7 million imported during the mentioned period of last year.
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