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British Columbia’s lumber exports to China grew 32%
 British Columbia’s lumber exports to China grew 32% in January-August 2013, over the same period of 2012, Vancouver Sun (VS) reported. Exports already hit $899 million.

Therefore, for the remaining period of 2013, B.C.’s lumber deliveries to the Chinese market are set to break last year’s record of $1,1 billion.

There has been over a decade since British Columbia is trying to gain acceptance for its wood products in China, which has “traditionally relied on concrete and steel in its residential building sector”, VS says. Since 2003, lumber exports to China have surged more than 15 times.

In addition,US imports of hardwood plywood recovered in July. Total import volumes were 255,554 m³ in July,