Is the future of paper in Europe at stake? Not really, but papermaking might be

By Alejandro Mata Mon, Aug 12, 2013

BRUSSELS, Aug. 13, 2013 (RISI) -There is no question that paper still remains a part of everyday life in one way or another. People still value printed products, not only because of the tangible feel and connection they build with them, but also because of the intrinsic benefits paper has over other media channels such as the Internet and the flood of mobile devices that came with it. Paper was, is and always will be a component of our lives.

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