Japan Lumber Self-Sufficiency Rate Hits 48-Year High in 2020


Newsfrom Japan Economy May 31, 2022 12:18 (JST) Tokyo, May 31 (Jiji Press)–Japan’s self-sufficiency rate for lumber in 2020 rose 4.0 percentage points from the previous year to 41.8 pct, topping 40 pct for the first time in 48 years, the Japanese government said Tuesday. The growth reflected a rise in supplies of domestically produced…

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