Forest Products Go Up In SmokeDori Jones Yang
Terrible. Dismal. Sobering. That's how analysts and industry executives describe prospects for the $185 billion forest-products business this year. The lumber market has collapsed. Pulp prices are in a free-fall. Prices for most grades of paper are crumbling.
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