In 2022, Japan’s imports of lumber edged up 1.2% to 4.9 million m3. The value of imports grew 18.0% to $3.0 billion. The average price for lumber expanded 17% to $614 per m3. Despite market stayed flat, European companies managed … Continue reading

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