Prices for most recovered paper grades have come under significant downward pressure on the British market in February. Experts told EUWID this is due to a substantial slump in demand from South-East Asia and India. Robust demand from the Far East had paved the way for stable or even rising prices on the British market in January, making British recovered paper much too expensive for European paper manufacturers. Dwindling interest from Asia and, above all, from Chinese paper producers, coupled with cheap recovered paper imports from North America, are now putting the pinch on prices. Prices for most grades had decreased as a result, experts said....
Noticeable cooldown in demand for British recovered paper on export markets
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