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2018 global coniferous wood trade 1

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core tips: [China Packaging News] since 2013 or other liquid media, manual control or computer control, high or low temperature of experimental media, domestic configuration or imported configuration, etc, Global wood pulp trade is growing every year, and 2018 will be another year-on-year growth. Brazil and Finland saw the largest export growth this year

[China Packaging News] since 2013, the global wood pulp trade has been growing every year, and 2018 will be another year of year-on-year growth. Brazil and Finland saw the largest export growth this year. In 2018, as in previous years, China natural fiber reinforced PP is the main destination to increase pulp shipments due to its good mechanical properties. The price of NBSK pulp in Europe has continued to rise rapidly since the beginning of 2017. As early as January 2017, the average price of NBSK in Europe was about 810 US dollars/ton. After a year and a half, the price has reached 1300 US dollars/ton. The price of bhkp was initially in line with the trend of NBSK, but it entered a stable state at the beginning of 2018. From March to October this year, the price basically remained unchanged at $1050/ton

according to statistics, compared with the same period in 2017, the global trade in coniferous wood in 2018 decreased by 2.5% from January to September. China, Japan, the United Kingdom, the Middle East and North Africa reduced imports the most

Canada's share of U.S. timber imports fell from 95% in 2016 to 91% in 2018

timber prices in the United States fell sharply in summer and autumn, and the price of commonly used grades of timber fell by nearly 40% from June to November. Chinese consumers have a more gloomy outlook for the future. The credit shortage of many provincial governments and state-owned enterprises led to a decline in the demand for forest products in 2018. In 2018, China's import of coniferous wood slowed down, and the import volume fell by 11% year-on-year in the first nine months of this year

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