Experts: lumber price growth greatly affected by anti-Russian sanctions – Baltic News Network – News from Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia

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The situation on the lumber market in 2021 was dictated by price rise, reaching historically the highest prices for pine and spruce trees. Considering the geopolitical situation as of the start of the year, the price rise will continue because anti-Russian sanctions play a major role, according to experts of wood auction system E-silva in…

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