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French graphic paper market slow to

emerge from period of weak demand

Market players in France are hoping that steps to ease the restrictions imposed on public life since 11 May mean that several segments of the paper business have passed the bottom of the trough. First and foremost, printing and writing paper... more

95 per cent of sorting plants

in France up and running again

Almost all waste sorting plants in France are operational again after the downtimes seen in March and April. French organisation Citeo reported that 95 per cent of the sorting plants in the country had reopened, which corresponds to a total of... more

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Germany: Producers of publication and

graphic paper continue to limit output

Although there are signs on the German magazine and catalogue paper market that some contracts are returning and demand is picking up slightly, the measures to limit production at paper mills and printing companies are still in place.... more

Implementing price increases for

pulp proves to be very difficult

Pulp producers are still trying to implement the price hikes announced for the current month on the market. Talks with buyers are said to be extremely difficult. Customers from the paper industry point to the widespread negative economic impact... more

Operations resuming at recycling centres in England

Waste management authorities in England are beginning to reopen household waste recycling centres (HWRCs), which with few exceptions were shut down amidst the coronavirus crisis. For the week commencing 11 May, local authorities reported that... more

China reiterates commitment

to phasing out waste imports

China has adopted a revised waste law that will take effect as of 1 September 2020, according to state news agency Xinhua. The revision was passed by the National People’s Congress Standing Committee at the end of April.

The... more

CEPI promotes ambitious post-Brexit

Free Trade Agreement with the UK

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, delegations from the UK and the EU continue to talk about a free trade agreement that is to come into force on 1 January 2021 after the end of the transition period. As the UK and EU pulp, paper and converting... more

CEPI suggests post-Brexit free

trade agreement objectives

1. Pulp and paper industry’s competitiveness should be maintained in the EU and the UK and a pro-investment environment in both the UK and EU secured;

2. Existing supply chains between the EU and the UK must not be disrupted... more

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