Free Pulp & Paper News Email. Subscribe Now!
4
(China) Import of paper pulp in China declined in November 2008, thanks to more imports of waste paper, which can be used as substitute for paper pulp, the General Administration of Customs said on Wednesday...
1
(Canada) Catalyst Paper is threatening to close Crofton’s pulp-and-paper mill unless North Cowichan council cuts the mill’s 2009 tax bill by more than 75 per cent. Mayor Tom Walker and his staff were scrambling last Tuesday after getting the blunt news in a letter from Catalyst CEO...
2
(Australia) Overseas producers and importers of toilet paper plan to appeal against an Australian Customs Service decision to impose thousands of dollars of dumping penalties on them. They have threatened to take their case to the Federal Court if their appeal fails.
1
(India) "We need some kind of safeguard duties immediately to protect it from cheap imports from abroad," Pradeep Dhobale, the outgoing president, Indian Paper Manufacturers Association (IPMA) told FE...
1
(Japan) Looking to overseas markets to offset slowing domestic growth, Marubeni Corp. plans to double pulp exports to China to one million tons a year by 2010...
1
(India) In view of the global meltdown, the Asian paper market has become very vulnerable and major players in Indonesia and China are all set to push large quantities of coated and uncoated wood-free grade paper into the Indian paper market....
1
(Vietnam) The Ministry of Industry and Trade has recommended a hike in import taxes on pulp and paper to protect domestic producers. It suggested increasing the tariff on pulp from zero to 5 percent and on paper imported from Southeast Asia, the country’s main supplier...
1
(India) The reduction in excise duty has helped manufacturers effect a much-needed drop in prices against the backdrop of a slow market and fears of imports, according to leading manufacturers. Paper manufacturers across the board have transferred the 4 per cent reduction...
1
(USA) when the U.S. paper industry came to Congress recently and proved that China engaged in unfair paper dumping in the U.S., Congress reversed the ruling and allowed China to continue to dump paper into the U.S. market. China simply relabeled their paper...
1
(Canada) Repercussions of the collapse of the province's forest industry continue as the Liberal government authorizes local firms to export low-grade pulp wood from Crown lands to Quebec and Maine...
1
(Indonesia) Indonesia has lodged a protest against Malaysia's decision to extend anti-dumping import duties on Indonesia's newsprint for another six months. Malaysia has imposed 5.59-22.87 per cent anti-dumping duties on Indonesian newsprint since August 15, 2004 at the request...
3
(Finland) “We are very pleased with the Russian decision announced today to postpone the wood duty on Russian wood exports. That is an indication of the desire to avoid barriers to international trade that would hamper the economies on both sides of the border....
1
(Philippines) Philippine exports of abaca pulp, also known as manila hemp, in the first eight months of the year declined 10%, to 11,221 metric tons, on tight domestic supply, the Fiber Industry Development Authority said Monday...
1
(USA) Governor Edward G. Rendell has welcomed a ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) that he said will help to protect jobs in Pennsylvania's paper industry. The commission found the U.S. paper industry is threatened by imports...
1
(USA) U.S. Trade Commission Puts Tariffs on Thermal Paper Imports from China, Germany...
1
(USA) Appleton has applauded decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) that the U.S. industry producing lightweight thermal paper (LWTP) has been materially injured by unfairly traded imports from China and Germany...
2
(USA/China) In response to a request from Seaman Paper Company of Massachusetts, the Department of Commerce is initiating an anti-circumvention inquiry to determine whether certain imports of tissue paper from Thailand are circumventing...
1
(USA) After months of paper mills being closed around Wisconsin, Gov. Jim Doyle is backing Appleton Papers, Inc. as the U.S. International Trade Commission investigates the unfair trade practices by competing Chinese and German companies.
1
(USA) "Lightweight thermal paper is a Wisconsin innovation that has proven to be a success, but no matter how strong and innovative our companies are, they can only succeed if they are afforded a level playing field," Governor Doyle said...
1
(USA) To watch the video, clcik the headline link above.
PaperIndex Times is Powered by