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Jul , Practically all major lumber markets in Asia, Europe and North America experienced stronger demand last year This resulted in higher production worldwide and also increased global trade The world s largest importer, the US, imported seven percent more lumber in than the previous year, while

Title, History of the Lumber Industry of America, Volume History of the Lumber Industry of America, James Elliott Defebaugh Library of American civilization Author, James Elliott Defebaugh Edition, Publisher, American lumberman, Original from, Harvard University Digitized, May , Export Citation

Oct , The potential trade complaints could result in the U.S Department of Commerce imposing so called preliminary duties on Canadian lumber, which would increase costs for producers up north After the lumber deal expired, the U.S government imposed a percent export duty It was reduced to

Sep , But did you know that not all kiln dried lumber is equal Depending on where the lumber comes from, the moisture content of your kiln dried material may not be what you think it is is the accepted moisture content of kiln dried lumber here in North America But over in Europe where the climate is

Jun , As the North American timber supplies diminish, the nation has turned increasingly to British Columbia for wood North American foresters have argued that the Canadian lumber industry is unfairly subsidized by the federal and provincial governments This allows the price charged to harvest timber to be

Feb , Seattle, USA China has come to the rescue for many sawmills and timberland owners in the US and Canada the past year The value of softwood logs and lumber shipped from North America to China is estimated to reach over billion US dollar in , which is up dramatically from just a few years ago.

Apr , Ahead of his day mark, President Donald Trump has managed to start a trade dispute with Canada over softwood lumber Naturally, Late Night host is wondering how we managed to start a fight with North America s chillest country Canada s been rough on us Meyers asked in response to a quote

Apr , But first As we touched on earlier, there is a trade dispute brewing between the U.S and its northern neighbor William Brangham is back with that story WILLIAM BRANGHAM President Trump s decision to slap tariffs on certain lumber imported from Canada escalated tensions between the two nations.

May , In other words, softwood lumber production and supplies shift over time across North America In evaluating regional production, we test the sensitivity of our assumptions For example, to what extent does the regional assumption related to softwood lumber production affect forecasts of pine sawtimber