Link: How the Indian paper industry revived itself from a slump
(Mumbai, December 26, 2017) The first phase of earnings recovery was led by consolidation. Paper sector has not seen any new major capacity addition over the past three years. Now the second leg of earnings growth could come from changes in the global paper industry. Since mid-2017, Chinese plants that produce from waste (recycled) paper shut down and demand for wood pulp (natural fibre) increased. Major pulp exporters such as Indonesia, Malaysia and Chile have now diverted all pulp to China at a much higher price, leading to sharp rise in price of end product.
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