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April 12, 2012

China to Surpass Japan as the World's Largest Hardwood Chip Importer by 2014

Chinese hardwood chip imports will double from 6.3 million Bone Dry Metric Tons (BDMT) in 2011, to 12.7 million BDMT in 2016. Japan's imports of hardwood chips will drop from 9.9 million BDMT to 8.6 million BDMT in the same period, the lowest volume of imports since 1993.

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March 29th, 2012

Canada’s plan for Forestry Innovation in Canada’s 2012 Budget

The Government of Canada presented their Budget today for 2012 and beyond.

Here is the information from today’s budget for “Forestry Innovation and Market Development Support“.

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Stora Enso repurchase EUR 336 820 000

Stora Enso successfully completes Eurobond tender offer. Stora Enso has successfully repurchased notes with nominal value EUR 336 820 000 from the 2014 bond issued in 2004 and tapped in 2009.

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March 5, 2012

Greenpeace and APP: Maybe Someday They’ll Even Be Friends

The long-running battle between Greenpeace and Asia Pulp & Paper (APP), a giant Indonesian paper company, is heating up again. But this time, there’s a new wrinkle: The two sides are being surprisingly nice to each other – at least for now.

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March 19th, 2012

Just more red tape?

TRADA Technology principal consultant Elizabeth Turner discusses the impact the EU Timber Regulation will have on timber specification and supply

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March 20, 2012

Stora Enso to build EUR 1.6 billion pulp mill in China

Stora Enso to build world-class EUR 1.6 billion consumer board and pulp mill in China. Stora Enso plans to build plantation-based integrated board and pulp mills at Beihai city in Guangxi, southern China.

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Credit crunch boosts lumber prices

A new report has suggested that US lumber prices have received a boost from an unexpected source – the credit crunch.

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March 22, 2012

Biorefinery an exciting sector for the forest industry

Future advancements in biorefinery are a focus of attention for most companies in the pulp and paper industry today.

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March 22, 2012

Global Timber and Wood Products Market Update

Wood chip exports from Australia fell in 2011 to their lowest level in 11 years and Vietnam took over as world’s largest chip exporter, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly Vietnam has taken over Australia as the world’s largest supplier of wood chips to pulp mills in Asia.

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March 25, 2012

Forest industry applauds move toward free trade with Japan

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) is welcoming the announcement that Canada intends to develop a free trade agreement with Japan.


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by Dr. Radut