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  • Some analysts eye pulp, paper, Suggest taking profit from lumber

    Confident that red hot lumber prices are nearing a cyclical peak, some forest sector analysts are telling clients to take some profits off the table and switch to battered pulp and paper stocks,says The Globeandmail.com.,,
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  • Now, afforestation gets separate dedicated fund in India

    Category: Forestry
    THE Ministry of Environment and Forests has created a separate pool, called the Compensatory Afforestation Fund (CAF), to ensure that the funds received for afforestation are used for purposes intended, says The Hindu Business Line. ,,
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  • Ohio Sawmill Continues Improvements

    Category: Wood
    Adkins Timber Products, a hardwood lumber producer, has embarked on a number of improvements to its sawmill in recent years and has more in the works, ´says Timberline.
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  • Abitibi-Consolidated Results Continue to Improve in the Second Quarter

    Abitibi Consolidated Inc. reported today a second quarter loss of $79 million (18 cents a share) and a loss of $31 million (7 cents a share) in the first quarter of 2004, writes Yahoo Finance.
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  • Carter Holt drives for better times

    Carter Holt Harvey is pledging to keep up a drive for increased productivity, one of the positive factors in a second quarter result which left the market a little disappointed according to tvnz.
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  • Good business for Weyerhaeuser

    Weyerhaeuser Reports Record Second Quarter Net Earnings of $369 Million, or $1.57 Per Share, on Net Sales of $5.9 Billion (Source: Weyerhaeuser Company pressrelease),, ,
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  • International Paper Reports Higher Second-Quarter 2004 Earnings as Demand Remains Strong

    Net earnings of $193 million up 119 percent from 2003 second-quarter earnings of $88 million. ,* Net sales increased to $6.5 billion from second-quarter 2003 net sales of $6.1 billion. ,
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  • Boise will quit timber industry

    Boise, the third-largest owner of commercial forests in Oregon, has agreed to sell its timberland, wood products and paper operations nationwide to a Chicago investment group for $3.7 billion., according to The Oregonian
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  • B.C. firm buying Crown Pacific's Gilchrist mill

    International Forest Products Ltd. announced that it has reached agreement to acquire the sawmill assets of Crown Pacific Limited Partners and its affiliates in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, including its Gilchrist, Ore., mill.,
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  • Fujian leads China in sound ecological environment

    Category: Forestry
    Fujian province, east China remains the "greenest" province in the country with a forestry coverage of 62.9 percent, according to the latest national survey of forest resources, writes China View. ,
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