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Bargaining for magazine paper prices turns

more pointed on the market in Germany

Only minor downward corrections were made to woodfree coated and uncoated paper prices in November in Germany. Still, even halfway lucrative prices are gradually disappearing, say producers. Some of them have reportedly scouted the... more

Business climate in the media

and printing industry still weak

The business telegram published by the German printing and media companies association (Bvdm) reports virtually no change in business climate in October. The business climate index computed by Bvdm increased month-on-month by 1.1 points on an... more

Japan: paper, board and pulp production


Italy: RCP and CCM become more expensive

as fine paper prices remain under pressure

The pattern emerging on Italy’s paper and board markets in November harks back to what happened to demand in the spring. Packaging producers, and subsequently the packaging paper and board industry, are enjoying brisker demand... more

Publishers cannot stop the

downturn in ad sales in Italy

Advertising sales of Italian publishing companies continued on a downward trend in the period January-September 2020. The association of advertisement agencies and sellers FCP (Federazione Concessionarie Pubblicità) informs that Italian... more

Italy: paper and board production


EUWID Price Watch Italy


EU Exports of Corrugated

Case Material to China


US Exports of Unbleached Kraftliner


UK: Good demand from Europe and Asia

propels recovered paper prices higher

Contrary to expectations, there was no price collapse on the recovered paper market in the UK in November. Prices for ordinary grades increased due to strong demand from Asia and continental Europe, while prices for higher grades were... more

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