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Synonyms for softwood

wood that is easy to saw (from conifers such as pine or fir)


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Globally traded softwood lumber reached an all-time high in 2016, said Wood Resources International in its quarterly report.
For years, American communities who depend on the softwood lumber industry have had their livelihoods threatened by heavily subsidized Canadian lumber increasingly imported into the U.
Egypt is clearly the dominant destination for softwood lumber, accounting for 45% of the total imports, followed by Algeria and Saudi Arabia.
To celebrate its milestone and appreciate its partners in the Middle East, SPF Precut Lumber will be hosting an invitation only Canadian Softwood Lumber Grading Seminar and Anniversary Celebration on Monday at the Ramada Hotel Dubai.
This study applies time series analysis tools of decomposition and filtering to extract industry cycles experienced by the US softwood lumber manufacturing industry and uses nonparametric techniques to identify the cycle phases.
Most everybody that I know that's producing softwood lumber right now would think it's positive," said B.
Tension between the United States and Canada over softwood lumber trade may be inevitable.
In May 1996, Canada and the United States signed the Softwood Lumber Agreement (SLA).
Trade Representative officials, the information produced through the reconciliation and verification requirements under the act adds little assurance of compliance with the 2006 Softwood Lumber Agreement.
Softwood lumber imports into the United States, meanwhile, are down because of poor U.
home builders offered to share American home building technology with their Russian hosts and encouraged them to boost exports of softwood lumber and other wood products to America.
The Appellate Body of the World Trade Organization issued its final determination on a dispute between Canada and the United States regarding the dumping of softwood lumber, after Canada appealed certain issues of law and legal interpretations of the United States--Final Dumping Determination on Softwood Lumber from Canada--Recourse to Article 21.
The affected mills include: The 140,000 metric ton/yr, 50-year-old Cosmopolis mill that makes specialty pulp for plastics, photographic papers, and cigarette filters, employing 245 hourly and salaried people; The 81-year-old Aberdeen large log lumber mill that produces 125 million board feet per year of softwood lumber used in residential and commercial construction and appearance-grade millwork.