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Domestic prices weaken, but Asia exports stay strong

After having held for nine months at £45 per tonne, leading domestic mills have dropped the price of old KLS by £5. Although not unexpected, the downward adjustment has brought renewed complaints from the UK recovered paper sector that "you can't make old KLS for £40 a tonne - and possibly not even for £45". Domestic mixed paper prices have also exhibited signs of weakness although £25 per tonne is still achievable. Supply of packaging grades over the ...

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