Exports of plywood from Russia without the ability to ship to Europe in July-August 2022 collapsed twice compared to previous months to 100-115 thousand m³ / month. The plywood export-oriented industry has not shown such minimum values ​​since 2010. Undoubtedly, plywood … Continue reading

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