In contrast with the tough situation the Russian forestry industry faced in 2012-2014, it now has a formidable development, even with the major cost reductions arising as a result of the ruble’s devaluation.
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May 15, 2017
Ruble’s devaluation has resulted in major cost reductions at Russian sawmills
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