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What is the current state of forest product markets and how will they develop in the future?Author(s): Ragnar Jonsson; Elias Hurmekoski; Lauri Hetemaki; Jeffrey Prestemon
Source: European Forest Institute, Joensuu, Finland
Publication Series: Book Chapter
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionForest-based industries – pulp and paper, solid wood products, and a number of downstream value-added wood-based manufacturers – have received limited attention in the pursuit of a successful implementation of EU and national bioeconomy strategies. According to Eurostat, the pulp and paper and solid wood products industries accounted for about 4.4% (€277 billion) of the production value and 5.4% (1.61 million) of total EU employment in manufacturing in 2013. The importance of the sector is far greater if one were to include forestry and logging and downstream wood-based industries (furniture, energy, chemicals, etc.).
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CitationJonsson, Ragnar; Hurmekoski, Elias; Hetemäki, Lauri; Prestemon, Jeffrey . 2017. What is the current state of forest product markets and how will they develop in the future? In: Winkel, Georg (Editor), Towards a sustainable European forest-based bioeconomy – assessment and the way forward. European Forest Institute, Joensuu, Finland.
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