According to WTO news on 11 July, at the Council for Trade in Goods meeting on 11 July 2013, concerns were raised over certain trade measures by Japan.
The EU expressed concern that Japan’s “wood point stimulus programme” to boost the supply and use of domestic forest products would admit only Japanese wood species and not foreign wood. Canada, New Zealand, US and Malaysia expressed concern that the programme would negatively impact imported wood products. Japan said that the purpose of the programme is to encourage the use of wood from forests that are increasing in volume. It said that the programme is non-discriminatory, and that foreign suppliers can join the programme.
WTO news http://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news13_e/good_11jul13_e.htm
“wood point stimulus programme” (in Japanese)