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Decision Criteria for German Hardwood Lumber Buyers: Market Needs and PurchaseAuthor(s): Thomas G. Ponzurick; Robert J. Bush; Dieter Schaupp; Philip A. Araman
Source: Appalachian Export Center for Hardwoods. RP-4-93: 1-32.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe purpose of this study was to develop a better understanding of hardwood exports to the German market. A mail survey was conducted which resulted in a 47.8 percent rate of response. Of those German hardwood buyers responding to the survey, 71 percent purchased hardwood lumber directly from North America.
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CitationPonzurick, Thomas G.; Bush, Robert J.; Schaupp, Dieter; Araman, Philip A. 1993. Decision Criteria for German Hardwood Lumber Buyers: Market Needs and Purchase. Appalachian Export Center for Hardwoods. RP-4-93: 1-32.
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