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China issues eight batch of RCP import licences

20 Mar 2018 − 

Chinese authorities issued an eighth batch of recovered paper (RCP) import licenses with a total volume of roughly 1.44 million t, the biggest part of which went to Nine Dragons Paper.

Chinese authorities issued an eighth batch of recovered paper (RCP) import licenses with a total volume of roughly 1.44 million t on 16 March. Most of the allocations – roughly 1.29 million t of the latest RCP volume, went to China's Nine Dragons Paper. Lee & Man received licenses in the amount of 156,000 t. A small tranche of approximately 1,200 t went to Deyan Paper Xiamen.

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