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Gradual upturn underway in paper, paperboard and woodpulp marketsAuthor(s): Peter J. Ince; Bernard Lombard; Eduard Akim
Source: UNECE/FAO forest products annual market review, 2001-2002. New York, Geneva : UNECE/FAO, 2002. Timber bulletin. Vol. 55, no. 3 ; ECE/TIM/BUL/2002/3: pages -166.
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DescriptionThis chapter explains recent trends in European, North American and Russian paper and paperboard markets, along with trends in woodpulp and fibre markets. These market trends related to pulpwood use trends which are discussed in preceding chapters in the context of overall trends in wood raw material use. This chapter also reports UNECE/FAO statistics for pulp, paper and paperboard organized into the sub-regions of CIS, EU/EFTA, other Europe and North America. When industry statistics from the Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI) or other sources are used, the text indicates the different basis.
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CitationInce, Peter J.; Lombard, Bernard; Akim, Eduard. 2002. Gradual upturn underway in paper, paperboard and woodpulp markets. UNECE/FAO forest products annual market review, 2001-2002. New York, Geneva : UNECE/FAO, 2002. Timber bulletin. Vol. 55, no. 3 ; ECE/TIM/BUL/2002/3: pages -166.
KeywordsPaperboard industry, statistics, wood-pulp industry, paper industry, economic aspects, market surveys, commerce
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