Capacity: maximum possible production given current facilities.
Consumer surplus: Area under the demand curve and above the price, the value of consumption minus its cost at a given price.
Consumption: Production plus imports, minus exports.
Demand (of final product): Quantity consumed.
Elasticity: Percentage change in one variable (e.g. demand) due to a 1% change in another (e.g. price), other things being equal.
Manufacture (of intermediate product): Quantity produced.
Manufacturing coefficient: Quantity of input needed per unit of output.
Manufacturing cost: The cost of making a product, exclusive of raw materials.
Market clearing price: The price at which quantity supplied is equal to quantity demanded.
Net trade: Exports minus imports.
Producer surplus: Area above the supply curve and below the price, the value of production at a given price minus the cost of production.
Projection: Conditional forecast, given specific assumptions regarding economic growth, timber supply potential, technical change, and trade inertia.
Recovery rate (of waste paper): The ratio of waste paper collected to total paper consumption.
Shadow price (of capacity): The marginal value of one additional unit of capacity.
Supply (of raw material): Quantity produced.
Supply potential (of raw material): maximum possible production, in sustainable fashion.
Utilization rate (of waste paper): The ratio of waste paper consumption to total paper and paperboard production.
GDP: Gross domestic products at purchaser values is the sum of GDP at factor cost and indirect taxes, less subsidies.
Roundwood: All wood in the rough, obtained from removals. Includes sawlogs, veneer logs, pulpwood, other industrial roundwood, and fuelwood.
Fuelwood & Charcoal: Wood in the rough to be used as fuel for purposes such as cooking, heating or power production.
Industrial roundwood: All industrial wood in the rough, including sawlogs, veneer logs, pulpwood, and other industrial roundwood.
Other industrial roundwood: Roundwood used for tanning, distillation, match blocks, gazogenes, poles, piling, posts, pitprops, etc.
Sawnwood: Sawnwood and railroad sleepers.
Wood-based panels: Includes veneer sheets, plywood, particle board, and fibreboard.
Veneer sheets: A thin sheet of wood of uniform thickness for use in plywood, laminated construction, furniture, veneer containers, etc.
Plywood: A panel made of glued veneer sheets, includes also core plywood, blockboard, laminboard, and battenboard.
Particle board: A panel manufactured from small pieces of wood or other ligno-cellulosic materials.
Fibreboard: A panel manufactured from fibres of wood or other ligno-cellulosic materials.
Wood pulp: Includes mechanical, semi-chemical, chemical, and dissolving wood pulp.
Mechanical wood pulp: Wood pulp obtained by grinding or milling wood into fibre.
Semi-chemical wood pulp: Wood pulp obtained by subjecting wood to a series of mechanical and chemical treatments.
Chemical wood pulp: Includes kraft, and soda and sulphite wood pulp, except dissolving grades, bleached, semi-bleached, and unbleached.
Other fibre pulp: Pulp of fibrous vegetable materials other than wood, including straw, bamboo, bagasse, esparto, other reeds or grasses, cotton, etc.
Waste paper: Recycled paper and paperboard.
Paper and paperboard: Includes newsprint, printing and writing paper, and other paper and paperboard.
Newsprint: Uncoated paper, unsized, containing at least 60% mechanical wood pulp, usually weight between 40 g/m2 and 60 g/m2. It is used mainly for the printing of newspapers.
Printing and writing paper: Suitable for printing and business purposes, writing, sketching, drawing, etc. except newsprint.
Other paper and paperboard: Includes construction paper and paperboard, household and sanitary paper, special thin paper, wrapping paper and packaging paper and paperboard.