IWMGInternational Waste Management Group (UK)
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This was followed by Thailand at 8 percent, Indonesia at 4 percent, Chile at 3 percent, and New Zealand at 3 percent (IWMG 2013).
-306,000)," said Gerry Van Leeuwen, vice president of IWMG. "The up-cycle in 1991-94 involved a gain of 358,000 single-family housing units, while IWMG predicts a gain of some 400,000 over a similar three-year period between 2009 and 2012."
Lumber prices could eventually spike up to US$500/Mbf, according to IWMG.