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Paper Imports Continue Despite Current COVID Crisis

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The domestic paper industry is operating under challenging conditions post-COVID. Amid a sharp fall in demand, substantial quantities of paper are imported at significantly lower costs from countries such as China. June 19, 2020 The paper imports continue to surge even as domestic paper manufacturers limp back to restart production......
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IPMA Urges Government to Include Paper Industry in Essential Services

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The paper industry has an extended supply chain ranging from lakhs of farmers involved in farm forestry to extensive transportation of raw materials and manufactured products. April 13, 2020 According to the report, the domestic paper industry has urged the government to include paper in the list of essential services......
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Paper Industry Urges Government to Keep Tariffs Wall Up at RCEP

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The Rs 70,000-crore Paper industry has sent a missive to commerce ministry, urging the government to be wary enough to keep paper in the negative list, under the proposed RCEP. July 26, 2019 The Commerce Ministry is holding a series of meetings with various industry associations on tariff elimination under......
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NewGen Eucalyptus Plantation is Farmer and Planet Friendly

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Farmer incomes are enhanced with agro farming of NewGen eucalyptus across India, making a meaningful contribution to carbon sequestration. July 2, 2019 The eucalyptus plantations in India with modern clonal technology have been shown to have no adverse impact on either the environment or on the water table, according to......
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IPMA Appeals Ministry of Finance to Bring Paper Under Negative List

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In its pre-budget representation, the association has urged the Ministry of Finance to review the current FTAs (Free Trade Agreements) for import of paper and paperboard that has led to large quantities of paper being imported in the country at significantly lower costs to the disadvantage of domestic paper mills.......
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India’s Paper Import Declines 25 Percent in First Three Quarters of FY19

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The sharp decline in import is set to help domestic paper mills further increase prices of their products ahead of the ensuing academic year. February 25, 2019 India’s import of paper and paperboard declined by 25 percent in the first nine months of the current financial year due to the......
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IPMA’s 19th Annual General Meeting and Awards Function Held in New Delhi

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Honorable Union Minister of Commerce, Mr. Suresh Prabhu graced this occasion as the Chief Guest and presented the award. February 5, 2019 India has emerged as the fastest growing paper market amongst large economies in the world. In the last 10 years, the domestic demand has almost doubled from around......
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IPMA: Alarming Surge in Paper Imports Unsettles Domestic Industry

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Imports of paper and paperboard into India have been steadily increasing and have been seen as a major factor, among others, impacting the economic viability of many paper mills in India, forcing several to close down. In the last seven years, imports have risen at a CAGR of 16.11 percent......