Wood processing has been one of the hottest industries in the last decade and is now worth about $200 billion, according to research from Goldman Sachs.
It is also one of China’s largest and fastest growing industries, with China’s timber export and processing industry valued at $100 billion in 2014.
The Goldman Sachs research shows the demand for wood products is expected to continue to grow for years to come.
Goldman Sachs expects that demand to reach $1 trillion by 2026, and by 2035 the value of the global wood market could be as high as $1.5 trillion.
This is the first time Goldman Sachs has looked at the potential for the wood industry in China.
The research comes after Chinese authorities last year banned imports of wood and other materials from nations that import timber for construction and other industries, and banned the sale of wood products in foreign markets.
China also has a strict export ban, requiring the government to ban products that it deems harmful to the environment.
According to the research, the U.S. has become the largest importer of wood in the world, and China’s exports have grown to $1 billion annually.
China has a larger market share than the U, which has a smaller market share.
China’s annual trade with the U has risen from $1,000 million in 2010 to $3.6 billion in 2015.
Goldman Sachs estimates that the U is now the world’s largest wood exporter, and the company expects the U to become the world over wood exports by 2034.
China’s timber exports grew by 5.5 percent in 2014, according the research.
China currently has about 2.7 billion hectares of timber, and is expected by 2050 to have more than 8 billion hectares, according Goldman Sachs, with the majority of the land planted in the future to be used for construction.
The firm expects that China will have to export around a third of the forest in the next 15 years to make up for its population growth.