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European and American paper market consumption continued to decline in May

more and more data show that the consumption of paper and paperboard industry has further deteriorated. Some paper industry data show that the data in May confirmed this weakness, but there are also some positive data. According to the European utipulp data report, pulp consumption increased in May compared with April 2011, but it still fell slightly compared with may last year. The total volume in the first five months increased slightly compared with the same period last year. Based on these data, paper production is relatively stable. The data released by the European Association of publication paper producers only includes ground wood pulp paper. Together with paper, overpressure paper, other uncoated mechanical pulp paper and coated ground wood pulp paper (mainly low weight coated paper), these data show that the European market demand rose by 2.2% in May and 0.5% in the previous may. Exports fell 1% and rose 5% in the previous may. These data led to a 2% increase in total shipments, as well as a 2% increase in the previous may

in the North American market, the decline in shipments was mainly due to printing and writing paper. Printing and writing paper, including paper, fell by 5.5% in May, down 4.5% in the previous may. In terms of wrapping paper, may is not the best month. In the carton market, it fell by 2%, and the inventory fell slightly. According to market rumors, the order volume has improved in July. With the supervision and spot check of publishing units in more than 10 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) every year, the US dollar continued to fall, and the export of American paper and paperboard continued to be exported to this Japanese company, which did not want to reveal its name. The machine is a pendulum impact testing machine, which is mainly engaged in plastic processing and the production of composite materials

in fact, the data of Europe and the United States were poor in April. In May, most kinds of paper continued to decline, and there were also positive data, including the gradual decline of Japan's production, the gradual recovery of the 20% capacity loss caused by the earthquake and tsunami, and the restart of most paper machines in May. In the United States, if the temperature is too high in May, the output of paper and paperboard has declined continuously since April. At the same time, the output in the first quarter increased by 0.3% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2010. Also in Europe, may is as bad as April. It is expected that the demand for uncoated paper, coated paper without wood pulp and overpressure paper in Europe will continue to decline, and other wood pulp paper will rise slightly

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