China's Imports Of U.S. Forest Products Fall


As China’s economy slowed over the past two years, the value of imported wood products declined, falling about 10% in the first four months of 2019. While U.S. imports fell by 42%, imports from Canada and Russia increased by 12% and 4%, respectively.



Wood Resources International LLC: China's Imports of US Forest Products Fell by 430 Million Dollars in the First Four Months of 2019; The US Market Share Fell, While Canadian and Russian Exporters Have Increased Their Shares