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Custom duty scrapped on newsprint similar move is envisaged on wastepaper

Custom duty scrapped on newsprint similar move is envisaged on wastepaper

The bottom-line of all newsprint manufacturers in the country is already affected following a substantial fall in the price of newsprint in the international market during the last couple of months. The situation may worsen with the further 3% cut... (Continue reading)

Writing Indian Paper Scenario

Writing Indian Paper Scenario

Indian paper industry with more than 550 mills is producing over 8 million tons of paper, paperboard and newsprint, which may go up to 15 million tons by 2015 and around 20 million tons by 2020. Most of the mills... (Continue reading)

Paper Converters: Too Early to Comment on Recession

Paper Converters: Too Early to Comment on Recession

Another valuable perspective to include in this issue is that of the paper converters. The converters (printers, publishers, packaging companies etc.) presented views which arose from their own individual markets, and how they perceived changes in their demand structure. This... (Continue reading)

The Paper Boat Will Float

The Paper Boat Will Float

The paper industry's anticipation: a reasonably safe journey through the recession We can truly acknowledge the New Year if we can acknowledge how are economy, and our lives changed in 2008. For our first issue of 2009, we talked to people... (Continue reading)

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