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October 16, 2017

Southeast Asia forest protection will significantly affect Japanese construction sector

Southeast Asia forest protection will significantly affect Japanese construction sector
The construction sites in Japan depend a lot on the lumber from Southeast Asia countries, which are now cutting the exports due to deforestation concerns.    While there are hopes that Japan's own lumber industry can pick up the slack, that is unlikely. Plywood from Japanese trees lack the strength of the stuff from Southeast Asia, and there simply is not enough of it. Meanwhile, there are nascent moves to adopt a long-term solution -- using Japanese technology to help Southeast Asia's forestry industry gain sustainability, Nikkei Asian Review reported.    For ...

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