The huge collapse in Polish recovered paper prices that lasted into October gave way to just a very brief period of stability. The first paper mills in Poland started raising prices for corrugated supermarket paper and board as early as November to build up stocks in preparation for the December holiday period. Other consumers followed suit in December at the latest. As a result, the domestic price for this grade increased in several increments. Market experts provided different possible explanations for this turn of events, which bucked the trend seen in neighbouring Germany, for instance....
Prices rose again on Poland’s recovered paper market in December after briefly stabilising
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