The British recovered paper market:
Prices continue on a downhill path

25 Nov 2019 − 

The mood on the British recovered paper market was even gloomier than the weather in November.

The withdrawal of Chinese paper producers, slower demand for new paper in Europe and a lack of alternative sales channels in other Asian countries are taking their toll.

Lower-quality mixed paper and board (1.02) or even good-quality material from more remote destinations like Northern Ireland or parts of Scotland had already seen prices fall into negative territory in October.

This is an excerpt from EUWID's monthly report on the British paper and board market. The EUWID Price Watch for November together with the complete report will be published in EUWID Packaging Markets 24/2019.
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