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[Cob] cob maybe cob after Katrina is good.Amanda Peck ap615 at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 13 06:43:48 PDT 2005
Stories have been turning up about standard building materials going up in price after Katrina. This one is about plywood. After a report on another list that OSB was going to unavailable for months--at least in one town in Idaho (same story as a couple of years ago when tons were going to Iraq--this time with Katrina plants may be down). You can follow the link if you want to read more. The story does not consider this a horrible thing. http://www.planetark.com/dailynewsstory.cfm/newsid/32479/story.htm US reconstruction efforts in the wake of Hurricane Katrina have begun to snap Brazil's wood export industry out of its worst crisis in decades. ................. Brazilian plywoods account for 40 percent of the Eastern US market. Pine plywood -- a basic material of the US housing market -- rose 15 percent in the past week and a half to more than $230 a cubic meter in Brazil's southern ports, the Brazilian Wood Industry Association (Abimci) said.
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