Distribution of the hottest paper market in the wo

2022-08-17
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Distribution of the world paper market

more than 90% of the world's paper and paperboard are produced in Asia, Europe and North America. In recent years, great changes have taken place in the development of the paper industry in the three continents

in terms of new materials, the growth rate of paper and paperboard production and consumption in Asia is in the leading position among the three regions. In the past 10 years, the output of paper and paperboard in Asia has increased from 92.35 million tons in 1999 to 100 million tons in 2001, 110 million tons in 2003, 130 million tons in 2005, 150 million tons in 2007 and 157 million tons in 2009. In 2010, the output of paper and paperboard in Asia increased to 167 million tons, an increase of 6.4% over the previous year. The output of paper and paperboard in Asia exceeded that of Europe in 2001 and North America in 2002. Since then, it has remained the largest paper and paperboard production region in the world. The proportion of Asian paper and paperboard output in the world's total output increased from 27.9% in 1995 to 29.6% in 2000, 35.2% in 2005 and 42.4% in 2010, respectively. Asian paper and paperboard consumption is also far ahead of other regions. The consumption of paper and paperboard in Asia exceeded 100 million tons in 2000, 120 million tons in 2003, 140 million tons in 2005, 160 million tons in 2008 and 174 million tons in 2010, accounting for 44% of the world's total consumption. China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia and India are major producers and consumers of paper and paperboard in Asia and the world

since 2000, the output of European paper and paperboard has mostly stabilized at a little more than 100 million tons, more than 110 million tons from 2006 to 2008, decreased to 100 million tons in 2009, rebounded to 110 million tons in 2010, an increase of 8.1% over the previous year, accounting for 29.6% of the world's total output in 1995, 30.9% in 2000, 29.9% in 2005 and 27.8% in 2010. From 2000 to 2005, the consumption of paper and paperboard in Europe was more than 90 million tons, more than 100 million tons from 2006 to 2008, and 99.96 million tons in 2010, accounting for 25.3% of the world's total consumption. Europe has important paper production countries such as Germany, Finland, Sweden, Italy, France and Russia

from 1999 to 2007, the annual output of paper and paperboard in North America was more than 100 million tons, and then decreased to less than 100 million tons. In 2009, it was 84.59 million tons, and in 2010, it rebounded to 88.64 million tons, an increase of 4.8% over the previous year. The output of paper and paperboard in North America accounted for 35.9% of the world's total output in 1995, decreased to 32.9% and 27.8% in 2000 and 2005 respectively, and continued to decline to 22.5% in 2010. From 2001 to 2007, the consumption of paper and paperboard in North America was more than 90 million tons, decreased to 78.23 million tons in 2009 and 81.54 million tons in 2010, accounting for 20.7% of the world's total consumption. Although there are only two countries in North America, the United States and Canada, both of which are among the top paper producing countries in the world

the output of paper and paperboard in central and South America increased from 14.8 million tons in 2000 to 17.85 million tons in 2005 and 20.29 million tons in 2010, accounting for 4.9% and 5.2% of the world's total output from 4.6% in 2000 to 4.9% in 2005 and 5.2% in 2010, respectively. The consumption of paper and paperboard in central and South America has been more than 20 million tons in recent years. In 2010, this method was mainly used for the manufacture of various packaging containers and tubular membranes, accounting for 27.14 million tons, accounting for 6.9% of the world's total consumption. Brazil is the largest producer and consumer of paper and paperboard in central and South America

the output and consumption of paper and paperboard in China has surpassed that of the United States since 2009, leaping to the first place in the world. In 2010, China's paper and paperboard output was 92.6 million tons, accounting for 23.5% of the world's total output. Countries with an output of more than 10million tons also include the United States of America with an output of 75.85 million tons, Japan with an output of 27.29 million tons, Germany with an output of 23.12 million tons, Canada with an output of 12.79 million tons, Finland with an output of 11.41 million tons, Sweden with an output of 11.12 million tons, and South Korea with an output of 11.12 million tons. China's consumption of paper and paperboard was 91.66 million tons in 2010, accounting for 23.2% of the world's total consumption. Countries with a consumption of more than 10million tons of paper and paperboard include the United States of America with a consumption of 75.25 million tons and Japan. 2 the scope of graphene in China will continue to expand in the future by 7.87 million tons, Germany with a consumption of 19.76 million tons, Italy with a consumption of 10.83 million tons, India with a consumption of 10.78 million tons and Britain with a consumption of 10.52 million tons

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