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Sawlog prices trended downward worldwide in past 12 months

Sawlog prices trended downward worldwide in past 12 months; with the Global Sawlog Price Index falling 11% from the 2Q/11 to the 2Q/12, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly

Wood costs have fallen the past year for many sawmills in the major lumber-producing countries worldwide. The Global Sawlog Price Index was US$82.90 per cubic meter in the 2Q/12, which was 11.5% lower than in the 2Q/11, according to the Wood Resource Quarterly. Sawlog prices have declined the most in Europe the past year.
The full article can be found in the attached PDF file.....

Global_sawlog_prices_2Q_2012.pdf


Best Regards,

Hakan Ekstrom
Wood Resources International LLC
Seattle, USA

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