Reply to "Asian wood companies told to start value added production or face contract termination"

Originally Posted by Stormborn:
 

The Indians may kiln dry. The Chinese keep these prized woods for many years to desiccate naturally. They have huge reserves of these products from all over the world. They can however kiln dry them if needed and the process would be quicker

 So 2 Guyanese find work to chop down the tree, and 2 more to load the ship, and then we wonder why Guyanese are so poor, and yoyth unemployment so high.

 

Ghana insists that no wood will be allowed out of that country unless there is some value added, and this in response to the Asians.

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