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September 21, 2016

US sawnwood imports from Africa declined in July

US sawnwood imports from Africa declined in July

During July 2016, there were lower US sawnwood imports from Africa, compared to the same period of 2015. The volume of US sawn temperate and tropical hardwood imports grew slightly in July from the previous month while the value of imports declined 3%.

The drop in import value was largely in temperate species, while tropical hardwood imports grew 1% to US$24.1 million in July. Year-to-date tropical imports were down 16% compared to July 2015.

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