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New Zealand the world's biggest softwood log exporter

More than 20 percent of the world's softwood logs come from New Zealand, currently the world's biggest exporter of this wood sort, according to Wood Resources International LCC.

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New Zealand is currently the world's biggest exporter of softwood logs and more than 20 percent of today's softwood log trade originates in the country, according to a survey from Wood Resources International LCC.

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