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New recovered paper import licenses for China published

13 May 2019 − 

Chinese authorities have issued the seventh batch of licences for the import of recovered paper into their country this year.

The tonnage of recovered paper that Chinese papermakers are allowed import into their country this year has risen to more than 8 million t. The licences went to ten companies.

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