In the first ten months of the fire, China's impor

2022-08-17
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In the first ten months of this year, China's import of paper raw materials increased steadily. According to customs statistics, in the first 10 months of 2007, China imported 18.96 million tons of waste paper as a carrier of light sources, an increase of 18. 5% compared with the same period last year (the same below) 3%, worth $3.3 billion, up 48.8% year-on-year; Imported pulp (wood pulp) was 7.07 million tons, with a year-on-year increase of 5.2% and a value of $4.57 billion, an increase of 26.1%. In the first 10 months of this year, the United States remained China's largest source of waste paper imports, with import growth slowing down, accounting for nearly 40% of China's total imports of unmatched quality experience waste paper, allowing them to continue to develop sustainable solutions, with an export volume of 7.64 million tons, an increase of 9.1%; At the same time, 6.09 million tons of waste paper were imported from 27 EU countries, an increase of 35.7%, accounting for 32.1% of China's total waste paper imports, of which 2.288 million tons were imported from the UK, an increase of 36.3%, and 136.3% from the Netherlands 90000 tons, an increase of 27.3%, and 660000 tons imported from Germany, an increase of 13.8%; In addition, imports from Asia increased steadily, with 2.69 million tons imported from Japan, an increase of 1.7%

in the first 10 months of this year, China's pulp (wood pulp) import places shifted from Canada and Indonesia to Chile and the United States, of which 1.829 million tons were imported from Canada, a decrease of 3%; Imports from Indonesia were 919000 tons, down 16.5%; Imports from Chile reached 900000 tons, up 69.7 percent; Imports from the United States were 832000 tons, an increase of 30.1%. At the same time, China imported 848000 tons from Russia, an increase of 3.3%; Imports from Brazil were 760000 tons, down 7.9%

in the first 10 months of this year, more than half of China's import demand for waste paper and pulp came from foreign-invested enterprises, importing 12.06 million tons of waste paper respectively, an increase of 29.1%, accounting for 63.6% of the total import of waste paper; The import of pulp (wood pulp) was 3.86 million tons, an increase of 4.6%, accounting for 54% of the total import of pulp (wood pulp) 6%; Private enterprises increased steadily, importing 4.567 million tons of waste paper and 1.552 million tons of pulp (wood pulp), with a year-on-year increase of 15.3% and 15%. In addition, the import volume of state-owned enterprises fell year-on-year, with 2.334 million tons of imported waste paper, down 14.3%, and 1.657 million tons of imported pulp (wood pulp), down 1.3%

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