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NZ Ministry for Primary Industries – June 2017 Forestry Outlook

NZ log export prices reached $153 per cubic metre in March 2017, one of the highest points since March 2014. Almost half of forestry’s export revenue comes from log exports, of which China, India, Japan and South Korea are our main trading partners. Log exports are forecast to continue to rise, reaching 3.1 billion by 2021.

 

Click on the link below to read the forestry Situation and Outlook Report from the Ministry for Primary Industries


MPI Forestry Situation and Outlook

 

 

 


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Forestry Investment

With the world population increasing at an alarming rate, global demand for timber products is also increasing. However the global supply of millable timber is falling. Investing in New Zealand forestry is a secure and sustainable way to grow your wealth.
New Zealand’s competitive advantage is we have some of the world’s fastest growth rates with forests growing 750 tonnes of harvestable logs per hectare in just 26 years.
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