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Federal Minister of Economics Peter Altmaier (CDU) wants to fight the dramatic price increase and delivery bottlenecks in the timber through the fastest possible abolition of the impact limitation for spruce wood. This is evident from a proposal paper Altmaier, which is exclusive to our editors.
The paper bears the title "Proposals for improving the supply of wood products and other building materials and precursors". Altmaier therefore wants to pursue an agreement with the relevant resorts on the implementation of proposals at short notice in this legislative period. "We have to do it with coniferous wood products with price increases from an average of about one hundred percent within the annual period," it says in the paper.
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The current limitation of precipitations of spruce wood is still valid until the end of September. The forest owners receive tax benefits in return. This wants to continue Altmaier, even if the impact limitation is immediately lifted.
Confederation, countries and municipalities should also exploit the permissible playrooms in public orders in order to compensate for price increases in the procurement of necessary building materials "as far as possible," writes Altmaier. If a performance is delayed due to the raw material shortage, the public sector should renounce conventional penalty. SCHADHOLD or so-called, discolored potash wood, which is previously sorted out and exported, should be used in Germany in the future. But building standards would have to be changed, calls Altmaier.
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The responsible also CDU-guided Agricultural Ministry rejected a premature lifting of the impact limitation on request. For the price increases in the wood, capacity bottlenecks are responsible in the sawmills, not the small amount of wood, said a spokeswoman. In addition, the Federal Council would have to agree to change - and the days next time again on September 17th. However, the limitation runs out at the end of September anyway. "Against this background, a premature lifting seems a little useful," said the spokeswoman of Minister Julia Klöckner (CDU).
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