Fordaq Internationaler Wochenrückblick, 04.-08. November 2019

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Bei Fordaq lesen Sie jede Woche den Internationalen Wochenrückblick. Eine Auswahl englischsprachiger Nachrichten gibt Ihnen einen Überblick über Ereignisse und Entwicklungen in der Forst- und Holzbranche rund um die Welt.

04.-08. November 2019

UK to extend timber legality requirements after Brexit

Autumn 2019 European Commission Economic Forecast: A challenging road ahead

Vietnam: Wood products exports likely to reach target of 11 billion USD this year

Sappi completes acquisition of hardwood pulp mill from Rayonier in Quebec

Canada: Lumber production up 3.0% in August 2019

Metsä Group's comparable operating result in January-September 2019 was EUR 418 million

Biesse Group sales drop 2.0% in the first nine months of 2019

UK tropical wood product imports up in the first half of 2019

Japan's housing starts continue to fall in September

Norbord reports lower EBITDA on lower panel prices and shipments in Europe

UK tropical wood product imports up in the first half of 2019

US housing starts decline in September, but indicators suggest slowdown is temporary

Brexit uncertainty dampens UK demand for tropical timber

Stora Enso reports 7% drop in sales for 3Q/2019

Resolute Forest Products’ sales decreased in 3Q/2019

IP completes the sale of its India-based printing paper business

ISC 2019: Market deceleration in 2019 amid long-term raw material challenges

Ghana: Wood products demand in African markets picks up

RedDot Award to the new Scm Group and NiEW human-machine interface

Brazil: September wood products update

Malaysia: Plywood industry seeks help from State to address falling competitiveness

More European softwood lumber goes to the US

West Fraser reports fall in lumber production for Q3/2019


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