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Mar 2015

Indonesia: Export and domestic prices for log, sawnwood and panels

The Indonesian rupiah recently fell sharply against the US dollar on fears Indonesia's trade with China, its biggest trading partner, will decline as China settles for a slower and more structured growth model [Mais... ]

Mar 2014

Indonesia: Following VPA ratification, exports to EU may rise up to 10%

On 27 February the European parliament ratified the EUIndonesia Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT) Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA). This agreement acknowledges that Indonesian timber and wood products are being certified through the domestic timber legality verification system (SVLK) as legally harvested and processed, thus complying with the EU Timber Regulation, which became effective in March last year [Mais... ]

Jan 2014

Indonesia: Debate over if log exports should resume after ban

The suggestion that limited log exports could be resumed has generated considerable debate. The idea was first made by the Association of Indonesian Forest Concessionaires (APHI) who said such a change in the ban on log exports would generate better prices and offer opportunities for market diversification [Mais... ]

Aug 2013

Indonesian wood products prices increase

Indonesia’s domestic demand continues to be robust, offsetting the slow growth in exports... [Mais... ]

Indonesia: latest prices for log, sawnwood and panels

The Indonesian government, in cooperation with UNDP and UNREDD, has launched an English version of it comprehensive forest management index... [Mais... ]

Jul 2013

Uncertain log market in Malaysia

Sarawak log exporters are saying that market sentiment is uncertain as some log buyers are waiting to see if the Indonesian authorities decide to allow the export of plantation logs. [Mais... ]

Indonesia: latest export prices for log, sawnwood and panels

The Australian government has indicated it will not extend the Indonesia-Australia Kalimantan Forest Conservation Partnership in its present form and will halt a project in Indonesia to restore and protect forests and peatland in Kalimantan. [Mais... ]

Jun 2013

Malaysia: Export demand remains subdued

Analysts report that demand in the main export markets remains weak but that there are signs of increased buyer interest in Europe and that, after a quiet spell, Indian buyers have become more active. [Mais... ]

Indonesia: New markets, the key to boost exports

Gusmardi Bustami, Director General of the national export development division of the Ministry of Trade has said that Indonesian exports are expected to be higher than last year because of growth in recently developed new markets. [Mais... ]

May 2013

Malaysia’s main trading partner - China

The Malaysia External Trade Corporation recently reported that China continues to be Malaysia‟s largest trade partner... [Mais... ]

Opportunities for international trade in Indonesian plantation logs

Media reports suggest that the Ministry of Forestry is considering lifting the log export ban to provide an incentive for the further development of industrial plantations... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: Election fever dampens trading in domestic market

Malaysia went to polls for the thirteenth time on 5 May to fill 222 parliamentary seats... [Mais... ]

Indonesia: SVLK undermining export competitiveness

SVLK undermining export competitiveness It is now four months since Indonesia’s timber legality assurance system (SVLK) became operational but the timber industry is expressing concern that the investments made by companies in Indonesia to secure SVLK certification is not delivering the benefits expected... [Mais... ]

Apr 2013

Launch of Malaysian timber legality assurance system (MYTLAS)

Malaysia has not yet concluded a Voluntary Partnership Agreement (VPA) with the EU and negotiations between the two parties continue... [Mais... ]

Indonesia: FSC certification promoted as aiding concessionaires satisfy SVLK

Rahardjo Benjamin, Deputy Chairman of the Indonesian Concession Holder’s Association (APHI) said that the timeframe for the entry into force of the SVLK certification system was such that members of the Association are having great difficulty complying... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: MIFF such a success exhibitors signing up for next years’ fair

Tan Chin Huat, chairman of the Malaysian International Furniture Fair (MIFF) said that exhibitors at last months’ fair reported record orders of RM2.63 billion (approximately US$854 million)... [Mais... ]

Indonesia: 17,000 SVLK certified export shipments

The latest statistics from the Indonesian Timber Legality Information System (SILK) quoted by Dwi Sudharto of the Ministry of Forestry (MoF) indicate that 17,121 export documents submitted in compliance with the timber legality assurance system (TLAS) have been approved to-date by the Indonesia National Single Windows (INSW)... [Mais... ]

Mar 2013

Malaysia: Inflation is in check and 2013 prospects appear good

The Malaysian economy grew by 5.6% in 2012 compared to 5.1% in 2011 according to a recent report from the Central Bank... [Mais... ]

Indonesia’s timber legality assurance system promoted to UK trade

The Ministry of Forestry and the Indonesian Embassy in the UK recently held an event to promote Indonesia’s timber legality assurance system (SVLK)... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: Growth in furniture exports to the US

Preliminary figures for Malaysian timber exports in 2012 suggest they totalled RM 19.9 billion (approximately US$ 6.3 billion) however, the statistics are still being finalised... [Mais... ]

Indonesia: Debate rages on forest concession moratorium

Officials at Indonesia’s Forestry Ministry have said the country should continue with its ban on the issuance of new forest concessions to fully participate in international efforts on climate change mitigation... [Mais... ]

Feb 2013

Malaysia: Production set to halt for Chinese New Year holidays

As the Chinese New Year holidays approach the timber industries in Malaysia are beginning to wind down production and prepare for a shut down from the first week in February. Sawmills, especially in Peninsular Malaysia, will shut for an extended break in early February... [Mais... ]

Indonesia: Jakarta businesses hit by deadly floods

Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta, was brought to a standstill by flooding which peaked on 17 January... [Mais... ]

Malaysia: Industries close to welcome Chinese Year of the snake

Industries close to welcome Chinese Year of the snake The timber industry in Malaysia traditionally closes for the Chinese New Year celebrations... [Mais... ]

Indonesia: Exporters urged to diversify international markets

The Ministry of Forestry recently hosted a press conference for the Secretary General of the Ministry of Forestry and the head of EU Delegation for Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam and ASEAN, Ambassador Julian Wilson... [Mais... ]