Canada's timber exports are expected to decrease b

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It is estimated that Canadian timber exports will decrease by 2% in 2005. In 2004, Canadian timber exports increased by 12%, accounting for about 10% of Canada's total export value. In 2005, due to the decrease in the demand for wood in the U.S. market and the common problems of the world's 3-ton wire insulation tensile testing machine for pulp and wood, the whole experimental process can reach constant force value control. As for equipment, the price of pulp will decline, and Canada's wood exports will decrease by about 2%

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