Trying to assess the magnitude of pulp closures in China

By Kurt Schaefer Wed, Aug 11, 2010

LONDON, Aug. 12, 2010 (RISI) -This week the Chinese government, following up on an announcement made on May 27 of this year, released a final list of 279 pulp and paper mills at which capacity is to be removed as part of its broader program of closing small, inefficient manufacturing operations across many industries that pose problems with respect to high levels of pollution or energy consumption.

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