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December 3, 2018
EU tropical timber imports recover some lost ground in the third quarter
EU imports of tropical wood products dipped sharply in 2017 and started this year very slowly but recovered some lost ground in the second and third quarters. Chart 1 shows twelve monthly rolling total imports (to iron out seasonal fluctuations) into the EU of all tropical wood products listed in HS Chapter 44 (excluding fuelwood, wood waste and chips). It shows that the 12-month rolling total import peaked at 2.17 million metric tonnes (MT) in September 2016, slipped to a low of 1.94 million MT in March, but had ...
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