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France’s softwood sawmills report significant market slowdownadmin1GWMIhttps://www.timberindustrynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/cropped-favicon-32×32.png

At the start of September, many sawmill owners in France are asking themselves questions about the evolution of the markets, in particular those specializing in construction timber. In this sector, the negative signals that appeared in June and July have now … Continue reading

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