By Joe Richter and Marina Sysoyeva, Bloomberg |
April 30, 2013
North American mills are sawing lumber at the fastest pace in six years after a recovering U.S. housing market, a beetle infestation in Canada and increasing Chinese demand drove the biggest price surge in two decades.
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