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January 14, 2021

Declining world softwood lumber trade in 2020

Declining world softwood lumber trade in 2020
In the first three quarters of 2020, the largest softwood lumber flows in the world declined.    The most important trade flow in the world is traditionally that from Canada to the USA. By the end of September 2020, this totaled 22.4 million m 3 . That was 5% less than the year before.    The two next smaller bilateral deals have China as the recipient country. Russia's deliveries fell by 7% to 13.7 million m 3 . Deliveries to Canada fell by as much as 36% (2.3 million m 3 ).  ...

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