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Korea Economy, Construction & Lumber Shipments

Economy
South Korea’s economy remains on a ‘moderate’ recovery path as domestic demand picks up and overall financial market conditions become stable based on the latest indicators for exports, consumption, investment,… more

Mission to Canada creates Mission within Korea

CWK invited 20 Korean delegates to its annual Developer Mission to Canada last October 2013 to educate Korean architects, developers and builders about the potential for wood and wood building methods which in turn would encourage them… more

Korea Economy, Construction & Lumber Shipments

Economy
South Korea’s exports edged down 0.2% on-year to US$45.58 billion in January, with imports dropping 0.9% to $44.85 billion posting a trade surplus of $735 million.
Household income grew 2.1% on-year in 2013 on improved labor… more

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CWK-KWCA Joint Wood Frame Construction Seminar

CWK and Korea Wood Construction Association work together to promote the use of wood and wood frame construction and to transfer of wood frame construction technology in Korea. One way of achieving the goals is joint seminars and CWK and… more

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Structural (seismic) design Workshop

CWK in collaboration with Green Lab, Chungnam National University and Korea Forest Research Institute (KFRI) conducted a workshop on structural and seismic design for light-frame wood building being on Oct 31 and Nov 1, 2013 at KFRI… more

Korea Economy, Housing & Lumber Shipments

Economy:
South Korea’s on-year economic growth in 2013 recorded 2.8% owing to solid growth in exports, continued rising in private spending and big rebound of construction investment. South Korea logged a record-high trade surplus… more

The 14th WoodWorks Software Design Course begins

The 14th Software Design Course is underway. As one of the CWK supported Association-Based Training programs, this 20 week course will be run from October 19, 2013 and continue through until March, 2014.  A total of 17 enrolled WFC… more