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The U.S. forest sector in 2030: Markets and competitorsAuthor(s): James A. Turner; Joseph Buongiorno; Shushuai Zhu; Jeffrey P. Prestemon
Source: Forest Products Journal 55(5):27-36
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe Global Forest Products Model was used to project international forest sector developments, conditional on the latest RPA Timber Assessment of future domestic changes in the United States. While the United States, Japan, and Europe were predicted to remain major importers of forest products out to 2030, the rapid economic growth of China would make it the world's largest market for raw wood, and intermediate and final forest products. Mexico and the Republic of Korea would also become important markets for solid wood and fiber products. The U.S. share of global exports of industrial roundwood and other paper and paperboard were predicted to increase out to 2030. In competition with the United States, it was predicted that Finland, Austria, Latvia, Chile, and New Zealand would increase their share of global sawnwood exports, and Austria and the Republic of Korea would emerge as exporters of printing and writing paper.
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CitationTurner, James A.; Buongiorno, Joseph; Zhu, Shushuai; Prestemon, Jeffrey P. 2005. The U.S. forest sector in 2030: Markets and competitors. Forest Products Journal 55(5):27-36
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