Roundwood production by country


Roundwood - timber used (as for poles) without being squared by sawing or hewing.


Country
Roundwood production, CUB
Afghanistan
3,290,522
Albania
296,200
Algeria
7,969,540
Angola
4,836,600
Argentina
13,871,000
Armenia
44,000
Aruba
150
Asia
1,026,646,230
Australia
32,264,000
Austria
21,317,341
Azerbaijan
6,500
Bahamas
49,600
Bahrain
6,300
Bangladesh
27,790,000
Barbados
11,100
Belarus
8,756,100
Belgium
4,945,000
Belize
710,800
Benin
6,568,000
Bhutan
4,795,800
Bolivia
3,099,000
Bosnia and Herzegovina
3,753,000
Botswana
774,000
Brazil
244,962,142
British Virgin Islands
1,300
Brunei Darussalam
123,800
Bulgaria
5,696,000
Burkina Faso
13,411,000
Burundi
9,155,000
Cambodia
9,004,000
Cameroon
11,448,000
Canada
195,907,000
Cape Verde
1,542
Caribbean
6,560,050
Central African Republic
2,832,000
Central America
89,437,200
Central Asia
1,003,700
Chad
7,474,800
Chile
52,910,000
China
294,401,900
Cote d'Ivoire
10,254,400
Colombia
10,439,900
Comoros
8,650
Congo
3,706,300
Congo, The Democratic Republic of the
77,660,800
Cook Islands
5,000
Costa Rica
4,608,500
Croatia
4,210,000
Cuba
2,345,000
Cyprus
19,672
Czech Republic
18,508,000
Denmark
2,566,000
Djibouti
0
Dominican Republic
903,400
Eastern Africa
282,928,324
Eastern Asia
325,468,500
Eastern Europe
322,822,887
Ecuador
6,082,000
Egypt
17,438,300
El Salvador
4,892,100
Equatorial Guinea
606,200
Eritrea
2,527,024
Estonia
5,900,000
Ethiopia
100,059,100
Europe
728,884,652
European Union
467,449,317
Fiji
509,000
Finland
56,869,759
France
62,759,000
French Guiana
176,600
French Polynesia
4,300
Gabon
3,932,000
Gambia
778,200
Georgia
615,900
Germany
76,728,076
Ghana
35,492,900
Greece
1,742,916
Guadeloupe
32,200
Guatemala
17,414,100
Guinea
12,442,200
Guinea-Bissau
592,000
Guyana
1,381,900
Haiti
2,255,100
Honduras
9,463,200
Hungary
5,640,000
Iceland
0
India
330,210,200
Indonesia
103,423,886
Iran, Islamic Republic of
865,000
Iraq
117,400
Ireland
2,710,000
Israel
27,000
Italy
8,124,000
Jamaica
833,800
Japan
17,750,500
Jordan
281,300
Kazakhstan
852,000
Kenya
27,646,000
Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
7,373,000
Korea, Republic of
5,152,100
Kyrgyzstan
27,300
Lao People's Democratic Repbulic
6,137,200
Latvia
12,172,900
Lebanon
87,250
Lesotho
2,068,300
Liberia
6,623,400
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
1,029,600
Liechtenstein
22,167
Lithuania
5,855,000
Luxembourg
290,822
Macedonia, The Former Yugoslav Republic of
752,000
Madagascar
13,345,450
Malawi
5,760,100
Malaysia
25,149,200
Mali
5,555,900
Malta
0
Martinique
26,400
Mauritania
1,707,400
Mauritius
15,200
Melanesia
9,128,200
Mexico
44,905,800
Moldova, Republic of
188,000
Mongolia
791,000
Montenegro
457,000
Morocco
1,040,000
Mozambique
18,028,000
Myanmar
42,548,000
Nepal
13,879,000
Netherlands
1,022,056
Netherlands Antilles
3,200
New Caledonia
4,800
New Zealand
20,258,000
Nicaragua
6,095,800
Niger
9,629,200
Nigeria
71,418,000
Norway
10,464,682
Pakistan
29,222,600
Panama
1,346,900
Papua New Guinea
7,241,000
Paraguay
10,296,400
Peru
9,448,000
Philippines
15,794,000
Poland
35,934,563
Polynesia
142,700
Portugal
10,804,638
Qatar
4,800
Romania
15,341,000
Russian Federation
207,000,000
Rwanda
9,998,000
Samoa
131,000
Sao Tome and Principe
9,000
Senegal
6,129,600
Serbia
2,981,000
Sierra Leone
5,600,600
Slovakia
8,874,924
Slovenia
2,881,650
Solomon Islands
1,254,400
Somalia
11,571,100
Spain
14,528,000
Sri Lanka
6,125,000
Sudan
20,283,300
Suriname
213,900
Swaziland
1,341,800
Sweden
77,200,000
Switzerland
5,690,558
Syrian Arab Republic
65,200
Tajikistan
90,000
Tanzania
24,441,200
Thailand
28,315,200
Timor-Leste
0
Togo
6,036,600
Tonga
2,000
Trinidad and Tobago
98,800
Tunisia
2,380,800
Turkey
17,664,000
Turkmenistan
3,400
Uganda
41,075,200
Ukraine
16,884,300
United Kingdom
9,018,000
United States
444,003,000
Uruguay
7,173,000
Uzbekistan
31,000
Vanuatu
119,000
Venezuela
6,061,100
Viet Nam
34,166,600
Wallis and Futuna
400
Yemen
394,700
Zambia
10,029,900
Zimbabwe
9,232,300
South Africa
30,062,700

Via data.un.org & vividmaps.com
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