Report on China’s Waste Paper Import, 2018-2022” report has
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It is expected that the paper and paperboard output will continue to
increase from 2018 to 2022, and the demand for waste paper will also
rise. Since the domestic waste paper cannot meet the demand of the
papermaking industry, the only solution is to increase the imports. From
2019, the import volume of waste paper will see a rise.
With the development of China’s economy, the consumption of paper and
paperboards has continued to increase, which has promoted the
production. China has become the world’s largest producer of paper and
paperboards for many years. In 2017, the production volume of paper and
paperboards reached 125.42 million tons with an increase of 3.1% YOY.
The CAGR was up to 4.9% from 2007 to 2017.
The demand for waste pulp in the Chinese market is rising, but the
recycling volume and the paper quality cannot meet the needs of the
industry. Thus, every year China needs to import large amounts of waste
paper. Now it is the world’s largest importer of waste paper, with the
import volume more than 60% in the global trade.
Key Topics Covered
1 Economic and Policy Environment of Imported Waste Paper
2 Overview of Waster Paper Import, 2013-2017
3 Analysis on Demand for Waste Paper of China’s Papermaking Industry
4 Chinese Waste Paper Importing Enterprises, 2016-2018
5 Market Prospect of Imported Waste Paper, 2018-2022
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