The positive rather than the negative

Laurie, Allan
February 2007
New Zealand Tree Grower;Feb2007, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p23
The article highlights positive and negative scenes on the demand profile across domestic and export log segments. The article reports on the bullish export prices of logs as of February 2007. Accordin to the article that with the downward trend in North America housing market, many log and lumber agents are looking for other pruned log and radiata clearwood markets such as the Philippines and Malaysia. The article also states that the domestic demand for all grades of log remains strong and the log export market continues to improve. Prices for radiata pine and macrocarpa logs are also given.


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