The world's paper output was 330million tons last

2022-08-07
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Last year, the global paper output was 330million tons. According to the statistics of the international pulp and paper monthly, the total output of paper and paperboard in the world in 2002 was 330704 tons, an increase of 9776 tons compared with 2001. The average growth rate in Asia is among the highest in terms of both production and consumption

the magazine ranks according to the global paper and paperboard production and surface consumption last year. The top 30 countries and regions with the largest output are: 1 Us 80871 kilotons; 2. 37800 kilotons in Chinese Mainland; 3. Japan 30674 kilotons; 4. Canada 20078thousand tons; 5. Germany 18526thousand tons; 6. Finland 12776kt; 7. Sweden 10724 kilotons

8. Korea 9811 thousand tons; 9. France 9798 thousand tons; 10. Italy 9273 kilotons; 11. Brazil 7774 kilotons; 12. Indonesia 7621 thousand tons; 13. Britain 6218 thousand tons; 14. Russia 5856 kilotons; 15. Spain 5368 kilotons; 16. India 5305000 tons; 17. Austria "cannot take drastic action" 4419 thousand tons; 18. Taiwan, China 4393thousand tons; 19. Mexico 4038000 tons; 20. Australia 3897thousand tons; 21 . South Africa 3689kt; 22. Netherlands 3336000 tons; 23. Thailand 2698 thousand tons; 24. Poland 2306000 tons; 25. Norway 2140 kilotons; 26. 1805000 tons in Switzerland; 27. Belgium 1704kt; 28. Turkey 1643 thousand tons; 29. Portugal 1523000 tons; 30. Argentina 1309 kilotons

the top 30 paper consuming countries and regions are as follows: 1 Us 88163 kilotons; 2. Chinese Mainland 42648 kilotons; 3. Japan 30613 kilotons; 4. Germany 18784thousand tons; 5. Britain 12440 kilotons; 6. Italy 10994thousand tons; 7. France 10884thousand tons; 8. the use of low smoke flame retardants will increase by 8165 kilotons in South Korea; 9. Canada 7793thousand tons; 10. Spain 6949 kilotons; 11. Brazil 6,879thousand tons; 12. India 9851 kilotons; 13. Mexico 5534 kilotons; 14. Indonesia 5386thousand tons; 15. Taiwan, China 4635 thousand tons; 16. Russia 3820 kilotons; 17. Australia 3639 kilotons; 18. the Netherlands 3507000 tons; 19. Belgium 3429thousand tons; 20. Poland 2604000 tons; 21. fuxiangsheng, vice president of China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation, said that Turkey had 2511000 tons; 22. Thailand 2477thousand tons; 23. Sweden 2382000 tons; 24. South Africa 2333 kilotons; 25. Malaysia 2221000 tons; 26. Austria 2015 thousand tons; 27. Finland 1728 kilotons; 28. Switzerland 1649 kilotons; 29. Argentina 1383 kilotons; 30. Iran 1370 kilotons

in terms of per capita consumption, 279.2 kg in North America ranks first in the world, 125.2 kg in Europe (214.5 kg in the EU, which has made a qualitative improvement), 159.3 kg in other Western European countries and 46.3 kg in Eastern Europe, 70.7 kg in Oceania, 41.8 kg in Asia, 33 kg in Latin America, only 6.5 kg in Africa, and 53.7 kg in the world

last year, the top 20 countries and regions in the world per capita consumption were: 1 Belgium 333.7 kg; 2. Finland 333.4kg; 3 . Us 314.2 kg; 4. Luxembourg 272 kg; 5. Sweden 268.3kg; 6. Monaco 250.1 kg; 7. Austria 246.6kg; 8. Canada 244.2 kg; 9. Japan 241.1kg; 10. Denmark 233.8 kg; 11. Germany 228kg; 12. Switzerland 225.9 kg; 13. Netherlands 218.3kg; 14. UK 208.1 kg; 15. Taiwan, China 205.6kg; 16. Italy 190.5 kg; 17. New Zealand 188.3 kg; 18. Australia 186.2 kg; 19. France 182 1 kg; 20. Spain 173.4 kg

as for Chinese Mainland, whose market potential has attracted worldwide attention, the per capita paper consumption last year was only 33.2 kg, which has huge development space

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