A string of sawmill curtailments has buoyed lumber prices amid a flood of dismal housing data. Interfor is the latest sawyer to announce cutbacks, citing declining wood demand in its decision to reduce fourth-quarter lumber output by 17%. Competitors Canfor … Continue reading

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