Chinese wooden furniture exports in 2013 increase 4% in value year-over-year to US$12.38B, primarily to US, Japan, UK, Australia, Germany; imports up 16% in volume to 7.38 million units, and up 19% in value to US$708M

Aimee Bellah

Aimee Bellah

Apr 3, 2014 – International Tropical Timber Organization (ITTO)

YOKOHAMA, Japan , April 3, 2014 () – Booming wooden furniture imports
China imported a total of 7.38 million pieces of wooden furniture in 2013, valued at US$708 million, up 16 percent and 19 percent respectively over the last year.

Wooden furniture export post modest rise
China‘s wooden furniture exports in 2013 were valued at US$12.38 billion, a year on year rise in value of 4 percent. China‘s wooden furniture were mainly exported to the US (US$3,984 million, 32 percent), Japan (US$745 million, 6 percent), UK (US$581 million, 4.7 percent), Australia (US$476 million, 3.8 percent) and Germany (US$373 million, 3.0 percent). 

The source of this article is the ITTO Tropical Timber Market (TTM) Report March 16-31, 2014. This item is an extract of a major report on Chinese wooden furniture imports and exports, and tables have been removed. To see the full ITTO report, go to:

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