China's demand for logs and lumber grew in 2018 as compared to 2017, but most of the gains were recorded in the first half to two-thirds of the year, before a slowdown occurred. Aside from weaker demand, the start of the US-China trade war in the second half of 2018 created price uncertainty and this kept buyers on the sidelines as they waited out the dispute (and many still are).
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February 18, 2019
Slowdown in Chinese lumber imports in 2018; weaker demand and price uncertainty due to trade war with US
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