June 13, 2017
Croatia’s government issues ban on oak logs exports
The Croatian Ministry of Agriculture issued a decree on a two-year ban on the exports of oak logs, The main reason is that the oak trees have been infested by the bark beetle in as many as 14 Croatian counties. Unofficially, this is one of measures to halt the enormous outflow of raw materials from Croatia to the EU countries, the Croatian media reported. The measure taken by the Minister of Agriculture, Tomislav Tolušić, caused a wave of positive reactions from representatives of the Croatian wood industry, as well as ...
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