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September 20, 2018
Croatia’s ban on oak lumber transport lifted
The transport restrictions for oak wood in Croatia which have the purpose of preventing the propagation of the oak lace infestation, were relaxed. The order from June 2017 states that logs may not be transported with or without bark in Croatia or beyond, except to the nearest sawmill. Even oak seeds were only allowed to be transported within so-called seed zones. Unofficially, the measure was meant to halt the enormous outflow of raw materials from Croatia to the EU countries. The measure taken by the Minister of ...
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