Chinese authorities issue 1st batch of RCP import licences for 2019

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17 Dec 2018 − 

The first batch of licences to import recovered paper (RCP) into China next year covers more than 5 million t.

On 14 December 2018, Chinese authorities issued the first batch of licences for the import of RCP into China, covering a total of more than 5 million t. Nine Dragons accounted for more than one fifth of this amount, landing a licence to import 1,38 million t. Guangzhou Paper's licence covered 730,000 t and Lee & Man's licence amounted to 648,000 t. Shandong Huatai is allowed to import 680,000 t, Shanying International 460,000 t and Zhejiang Shanying 195,000 t.

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