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TAS Country : September 9th 2010
Friday, September 10, 2010 Tasmanian Country 31 Log deal compensation FORESTRY Tasmania will expect com- pensation from Gunns Limited if the round-table negotiations on the future of Tasmania's timber industry result in an end to logging in native forests. FT and Gunns signed two major wood supply agreements in December 2007. The 20-year pulpwood supply agree- ment covered 1.5 million tonnes of pulpwood per year until 2027. The sawlog and other products supply agreement covered deals in sawlogs until 2017. Analysts expect Gunns to receive up to $200 million in compensation from the Federal Government from pulling out of native forest logging and closing sawmills. FT managing director Bob Gordon said a working group was considering the implications for the business. 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