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Canada exports China's wood "once again" detected pests

release date: Source: China's wood industry information

China's epidemic has been controlled, the economy has gradually returned to normal, the market has recovered vitality, and many countries around the world export more and more products to China. But not long ago, pests such as longicorn beetles and bark beetles were detected many times in the logs exported by Canadian log suppliers to China. These seemingly insignificant insects are actually pests that cause serious damage to trees. Once they reproduce, they will cause serious damage to plants

over the past 15 years, China's timber exports have increased by 21 The structural frame is 7 times, but it is unqualified after many inspections. The Chinese side explains the situation to the outside world

On June 16, Zhao Lijian explained the matter at the meeting. China has informed Canada of the situation, and hopes that Canadian log exporters will investigate the situation as soon as possible, give an account to Chinese importers, and then take practical improvement measures

China has always attached great importance to agriculture, forestry and ecological security. The detection methods and standards for imported logs from Canada are normal, safe and in line with relevant laws and international practices. Canada has long-term log trade cooperation with China. In the past 15 years, the log export to China has increased 27 times. At present, China is Canada's second largest overseas timber market. In 2019 alone, the import and export trade volume between China and Canada reached 98.24 billion Canadian dollars (about 512.2 billion)

affected by the epidemic, Canada's economy has also experienced a serious recession. The purpose of increasing log exports to China is to make the process as simple and fast as possible to make the domestic economy warm up. Canada is rich in forest resources, with a forest volume of 10billion cubic meters alone. Forestry is the economic lifeline of BC Province in Canada

China urges Canada to investigate and improve the detection of live bugs in logs

the demand for wood imports in the Chinese market is increasing. In the past 10 years, China's total wood consumption has increased by 173%, and Canada's wood exports to China are also rising day by day. However, if we want to maintain a harmonious trade relationship with China, we must strictly control the quality, otherwise we may lose China's huge market

now China's timber imports have gradually increased, and Russia's timber exports to China, which have achieved good energy-saving results, have been increasing, with 3.9 million cubic meters in the first quarter. It is expected that the total volume of Russian timber exports to China will increase significantly in the second half of the year. In addition to Russia, New Zealand's wood is popular in the Chinese market. Since Cheng 1, there has been great controversy on graphene in the market, and the degree is increasing day by day. China is likely to increase New Zealand's log market share in China

at present, Canada has not made any response to the detection of live bugs in the logs. Previously, toxic substances were detected in rapeseed imported from Canada to China. China urged Canada to submit an investigation report, but Canada did not respond. Now it seems that Canada is likely to adopt the same response. If Canada does not make any improvement in the quality of logs, it is likely to lose the Chinese market

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