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Recovered paper - 15 March

In late February, export prices for OCC broke through the £100 per tonne barrier for the first time this year, on the back of decent demand from the Far East in particular and “a general lack of volume in the marketplace”. At the time of writing, the upper values paid for this grade had been holding for a number of days at around £105 per tonne.