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India's paper industry has developed rapidly

in recent years, with the development of India's economy, India's paper industry has also shown a trend of rapid growth. In the 10 years from 1994 to 2004, the output of paper and paperboard in India increased from 2.86 million tons to 6.23 million tons, an increase of nearly 120%, with an average annual increase of 7.8%. Especially in the five years from 1999 to 2004, the average annual growth rate was as high as 10.4%, much higher than the average annual growth rate of 5.8% from 1994 to 1999. India has become the 5th largest paper and paperboard producer in Asia after China, Japan, South Korea and Indonesia, and also the 15th largest paper and paperboard producer in the world. The consumption of paper and paperboard in India also increased rapidly, from 3.2 million tons in 1994 to 4 million tons in 1999 and 5.9 million tons in 2003

the output and consumption of packaging paper rank first among all kinds of paper products in India. In 2002, the output of Indian packaging paper was 2.81 million tons, accounting for 52.8% of the total output of 5.32 million tons of paper and paperboard. In 2003, the output of packaging paper increased to 2.93 million tons, accounting for 52.7% of the highest productivity of 560000 tons, including 1.85 million tons of corrugated base paper, accounting for 33.3%; Other paperboard is 1.02 million tons, accounting for 18.3%. The output of printing and writing paper was 2.12 million tons in 2003, accounting for 38.1% of the total output, including 1.94 million tons of coated paper, accounting for 34.9%. The output of paper is 450000 tons, accounting for 8.1% of the total output. The consumption of packaging paper was 2.94 million tons in 2003, accounting for 49.7% of the total, including 1.86 million tons of corrugated base paper, accounting for 31.3%; Other paperboard is 1million tons, accounting for 16.9%. The consumption of printing and writing paper was 1.97 million tons, accounting for 33.2%, of which coated paper was 1.81 million tons, accounting for 30.4%. The consumption of paper is 980000 tons, accounting for 16.6% of the total consumption. The import and export volume of Indian paper and paperboard is not large. The import volume was 560000 tons in 2002, and the manual wood-based panel testing machine gradually faded out of the market. In addition to small enterprises, it is difficult to find tons at all, and it increased to 690000 tons in 2003. Paper imports account for a large proportion. In 2003, India imported 540000 tons of paper, accounting for nearly 80% of all imports. The export volume was only 280000 tons in 2002 and increased to 320000 tons in 2003

India's pulp output was 3million tons in 2002, increased to 3.22 million tons in 2003, and slightly increased to 3.27 million tons in 2004. Among the pulp produced in 2003, chemical pulp was 1.64 million tons, machine-made pulp was 220000 tons, and other pulp was 1.36 million tons (including 1.3 million tons of non wood pulp). India imports about 600000 tons of pulp every year, up from 606000 tons in 2003, including 350000 tons of chemical pulp and 190000 tons of other pulp. The consumption of pulp was 3.8 million tons in 2003. The recycling volume of waste paper in India is more than 100 million tons every year, and more than 1 million tons are imported, and the consumption is more than 2 million tons. In 2003, the recycling volume was 1.4 million tons, the import volume was 1.35 million tons (the export volume was 0), and the consumption volume was 2.75 million tons

there are more than 500 paper-making enterprises in India, most of which are small-scale enterprises, and less than 20 large-scale enterprises with an annual production capacity of more than 50000 tons. However, the output of paper and paperboard of less than 20 large-scale enterprises accounts for 1/3 of the total output. Especially in the production of paper, 80% of the output comes from five large enterprises

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