China, Japan, South Korea, and even Southeast Asia are all known as the "Far East." When we hear it, we know that it is spoken by Europeans. From Europe to the East, we are the farthest.
However, standing here, looking west, Britain and France are "far west" and the United States is "far east."
From east to west, understanding from another is the meaning of the whole world. Yes, China's timber supply is spread all over the world, and it may also be from east to west.
From January to July 2018, China imported 65.98 million cubic meters of timber, an increase of 7.5% over the same period of 2017; the amount was 12.85 billion US dollars, and the increase was larger than the number, an increase of 16.5%, indicating the increase in the price of foreign timber.
It is estimated that the annual import of wood will exceed 110 million cubic meters, and the amount will exceed 25 billion US dollars.
Wood is mainly imported from Russia, New Zealand, Canada, the United States, Thailand, Africa, Latin America and Australia. The logs are mainly imported from Russia, New Zealand, the United States, Canada, Thailand, Australia and Europe. These countries and regions account for 81% of the total imports.