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In April 2020, the export price of hardwood timber used for sawing and planing in Russia reached the highest value of 7565 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 107.20/m3), which was 58% higher than the price in 2019.

In 2018, the price of hardwood logs rose 8% to 2021 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 28.64/m3). The average price of hardwood for sawing and planing in 2019 was 2248 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 31.85/m3). This is an 11% increase from the average price in 2018.

The highest price of softwood logs used for sawing and planing in Russia in 2019 is 3750 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 53.14/m3) in the Federal District of the Far East, and the average price of softwood used for sawing and planing in the Siberian Federal District is 2646 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 37.49/m3) and 2623 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 37.17/m3) in the Northwest Federal District.

The highest price of Russian hardwood in 2019 is 9386 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 133/m3) in the Central Federal District, 4883 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 69.19/m3) in the Far Eastern Federal District, and 2510 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 35.57/m3) in the Northwest Federal District.

The export price of Russian softwood logs reached its highest value in August 2017, at 4608 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 65.30/m3). By August 2019, export prices had dropped to 4188 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 59.34/m3), a drop of about 9%.

In 2019, the highest export price of Russian softwood logs appeared in the Far Eastern Federal District at 4016 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 56.91/m3), and the average export price of softwood logs in the Siberian Federal District was 3537 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 50.12/m3).

In 2019, the average export price of hardwood timber for sawing and planing in the Far Eastern Federal District was 5,950 rubles per cubic meter (US$ 84.31/m3).

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