Overall, business was quiet over the summer months on the Polish recovered paper market. The third quarter was characterised by reduced recovered paper arisings on the one hand and weak demand on the other. The quiet gave way to unrest on the Polish market in September because significant volumes are now being shipped to the Far East and the differential with domestic prices has become too big. At the end of September, it looked as though Polish paper mills might have to pay more for recovered paper in October to reduce the price gap. ...
Higher Far East export prices unsettle Polish recovered paper market
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