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May 11th, 2010

Report On The Analysis Of Development Of Forestry Industry And Wood Processing Industry In China-Aarkstore Enterprise

This report makes an in-depth analysis on the Development of Forestry Industry and Wood Processing Industry in China

Background of the Research

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May 13th, 2010

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Report on the Analysis of Development of Forestry Industry and Wood Processing Industry in China

Background of the Research

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July 14th, 2010

Analysis Of Development Of Forestry Industry And Wood Processing Industry In China Proposal

Since 1949, China has completed six national forest resources inventories. According to the result of the sixth forest resources inventory (1999-2003), there is 175 million hectares of forests, 13.618 billion of living trees accumulate, 12.456 billion cubic meters of forests accumulate, and 18.21% of forest coverage which is nearly 10% higher than 8.6% after the founding of new China. The forest area of China ranks the fifth in the world; the forests accumulate ranks the sixth in the world; the area of man-made forests is 53.2573 million hectares and ranks the first in the world.

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August 24, 2010

B.C. forest industry’s losses may be at an end: conference board

VANCOUVER — The signs are glimmers of hope that British Columbia’s forestry-driven industries may be at the end of years of punishing losses and high unemployment, according to reports released Tuesday by the Conference Board of Canada.

Much of Canada’s wood-products sector has returned to profitability this year, the Conference Board said in its Canadian Industrial Profile-Summer 2010, published in collaboration with the Business Development Bank of Canada.

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16 August 2010

UNECE region recorded largest ever fall in wood consumption

In 2009, the UNECE region (which includes Europe, North America and the CIS) experienced an 11.6% fall in consumption of wood and paper products, the largest year-on-year drop since the oil crisis of the 1970s. This is a key conclusion of the Forest Products Annual Market Review 2009-2010 jointly published by the UNECE and FAO earlier this month. 

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13 August 2010

Arkhangelsk region to get new project

Novye Lesnye Technologies (New Timber Technologies, St. Petersburg) is to invest over RUR11.8 mln (€ 300 th.) in construction of a mill for advanced timber processing in the Arkhangelsk region.

The mill is to produce wooden boards and chipboards with annual capacity making up 250 th. cubic meters and 325 th. cubic meters respectively.

Besides, the mill will have a sawmilling facility (100 th. cubic meters per year) and glued log production (15 th. cubic meters per year).

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10 August 2010

China, Emerging Markets To Fuel Chile's Forestry Industry

SANTIAGO -(Dow Jones)- Increasing demand from China and other emerging Asian markets will drive Chile's forestry industry in coming years, said a panel of industry executives Tuesday.

Chile's forestry sector, which produces wood boards, plywood and pulp, accounts for 8% of global forestry exports. It is also the Andean nation's second-largest exporting industry, just behind mining, and contributes 3% of the country's gross domestic product.

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August 2nd, 2010

30% wood harvest expansion projected for Chile

Chile’s forestry industry could increase wood production over 30% in the next fifteen years, as the sector significantly expands its land holdings, Hans Grosse, head of state forestry agency Instituto Forestal (Infor), said.

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Aug 2, 2010

Government of Canada Launches Investments in Forest Industry Transformation Program

The Investments in Forest Industry Transformation (IFIT) program was launched today by the Government of Canada.

The $100-million program will help to expand opportunities for Canada’s forestry sector through the development of innovative projects and technologies.

The Honourable Christian Paradis, Minister of Natural Resources, launched the program today in Ottawa and made a call for proposals that could receive IFIT funding.

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Ireland calls for timber to be included in offsetting scheme

The Irish Parliament is calling on the EU to agree that the country can used forest carbon sinks to offset its non-Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) emissions.


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