Posted September 14, 2019 06:02:08When the sun shines through a window in Nanjing, a young sapling of a redwood tree begins to take shape.

It’s the beginning of a new chapter in the history of the forestry industry in the province.

But the growth of the forest industry has not been smooth sailing.

For one thing, the province has long struggled with the impact of the country’s slowing economy on the lumber industry.

And for another, China’s forestry is one of the fastest growing industries in the world.

The provincial government, which regulates the industry, says it has invested over a billion dollars to make sure it can keep pace with the global economy.

But for a province struggling to stay afloat, the provincial government’s ability to do so has come under scrutiny.

For example, in July, the Chinese government announced a new plan to overhaul the countrys forestry regulations.

The changes are expected to cut down on the number of permits granted and restrict the number and types of forestry equipment that can be used.

This comes as China’s economy continues to slow down.

In September, the world’s largest economy reported a disappointing sixth consecutive quarter of slow growth, and it is unclear whether the slowing of growth will continue for the rest of 2018.

In a recent interview with the Washington Post, U.S. Senator Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon, expressed concern about China’s new forestry regulations, calling them “unnecessary, unfair, and unnecessary for the state to restrict the use of this equipment.”

China is also looking to expand its role in the timber industry.

In June, it approved a plan to build a large-scale, carbon-neutral energy plant, and the province will soon be developing a large carbon-capture facility that could make use of the new carbon-sensing technology.

While the provincial governments efforts to modernize the forestry sector may be good news for the forestry economy, they also could put a strain on the province’s existing timber production.

“The government has taken a very small number of decisions that have affected the timber market in the past,” says Wang Yu, the forestry ministry’s director of the northern province of Zhejiang.

“If the new regulations are implemented, we may see more logging.”

Wang Yu is not the only government official to warn of the impact that new regulations could have on the provincial economy.

Wang says the provincial forestry government has already cut off about half of its annual budget.

In 2018, the state spent more than 1.4 billion yuan ($1.85 billion), or $3.2 million per person.

That money was used to buy up forests for the forest project, which Wang says is a costly, high-risk process that could potentially destroy forested areas.

According to Wang, a major reason why timber prices are so low in China is because the government does not give out incentives for local governments to sell their forests.

That means when people in remote areas buy a log, they can often buy it cheaply, and they don’t need to go to the forest office.

Wang has also argued that there is no real incentive for rural communities to sell off their forests to the logging companies.

Wang says the government has tried to encourage communities to take ownership of their forests, but it has not worked.

“The people who are buying timber from the government are usually people who already have a large forest and have the land they want to sell,” Wang said.

“That’s the problem.”

China’s new regulations also mean the province is cutting back on the work it does with the forestry equipment auctions that are held to buy equipment and equipment to be used by the province in its forestry operations.

The state has also cut back on projects to create new jobs for forestry workers.

Last year, the ministry of industry and export launched a project to hire 10,000 forestry workers by 2020.

The ministry expects that number to rise to 100,000 by 2022.

At the same time, the government is working on a plan for a new forestry-related business that is expected to bring the province more in line with the rest and also help it save money.

China has also been working on new projects to boost forestry output.

The country is looking to diversify its forest products into other products, including more timber, more wood products and more forest products.

And it is looking at ways to expand the use and use of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology.

The government is also expanding its involvement in international forestry markets, and its efforts to encourage the development of a carbon-negative industry.

China has been one of several countries, including the U.K., Canada, Germany, the U-S., and Australia, to participate in the International Carbon Capture and Storage (ICCS) Initiative.

The initiative is a major international effort to reduce the use, extraction and disposal