The import of papermaking raw materials in China s

2022-08-14
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In 2012, China's import of paper-making raw materials showed an increasing trend

in 2011, the import volume and value of China's paper-making raw materials continued to show an increasing trend on the basis of the high growth in 2010. According to customs statistics, in 2011, China imported 27.28 million tons of waste paper, with a year-on-year increase of 12%, valued at 6.97 billion US dollars, with a year-on-year increase of 30.2%, and the average import price was 255.4 US dollars/ton, up 16.2%; The imported wood pulp was 14.447 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 27.1%, with a value of 11.94 billion. The proposed price of the U.S. company was no more than 622 million yuan, an increase of 35.3%. The average import price was 826.5 dollars/ton, an increase of 6.5%

in 2011, the United States remained the largest source of waste paper imports in China, accounting for 43.2% of China's total waste paper imports, with a total of 11.776 million tons, an increase of 16.5%. China imported 8.134 million tons of waste paper from 27 EU countries, an increase of 11.6%, accounting for 29.8%, of which 2.915 million tons of waste paper were imported from the UK, an increase of 6%; High precision 7-speed experimental speed imported from the Netherlands; The waste paper of desktop models was 1.919 million tons, an increase of 14.5%. In addition, China imported 3.38 million tons of waste paper from Japan, down 3.6%

in 2011, China imported 4.116 million tons of wood pulp, 2.15 million tons, 1.678 million tons and 1.529 million tons of wood pulp from Canada, Brazil, the United States and India, with a year-on-year increase of 38.7%, 4.5%, 22.5% and 38.6% respectively

In 2011, foreign-invested enterprises imported 18.689 million tons of waste paper, an increase of 11.5%; Imported wood pulp was 6.864 million tons, an increase of 12.3%. Private enterprises imported 5.539 million tons of waste paper and 3.943 million tons of wood pulp, with a year-on-year increase of 21% and 67% respectively

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