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September 7, 2017

Improving Euro zone economies not lifting tropical imports

Improving Euro zone economies not lifting tropical imports
The decline in tropical wood imports into eurozone countries is surprising given evidence of improving economic conditions in the region. Growth in the eurozone picked up to its fastest pace since 2011 in the second quarter of this year, with GDP in the past 12 months rising by 2.2%.    In the three months to June the eurozone economy grew by 0.6%, matching the same healthy number from the first quarter of the year. German GDP grew by 0.6% in the quarter, Spain’s by 0.9%, France’s by 0.5% and the ...

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