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2022-08-19
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The latest data of global paper and paperboard production and paperboard trade

global paper and paperboard production in 2017

the global paper and paperboard output in 2017 was 410.324 million tons, an increase of 0.35% over 2016. Asia is the largest paper and paperboard production region in the world, with an output of 192.791 million tons, an increase of 0.02%, accounting for 46.99% of the global paper and paperboard output; Europe 10.589 million tons, an increase of 1.23%, accounting for 25.71%; 81.912 million tons in North America, an increase of 0.12%, accounting for 19.96%; Latin America 22.026 million tons, basically the same as in 2016, accounting for 5.37%; Africa has 4.192 million tons, basically the same as in 2016, accounting for 1.02%; Oceania 3.915 million tons, an increase of 0.31%, accounting for 0.95%

in terms of products, the output of packaging paper and paperboard was 23.7639 million tons, an increase of 1.37% over 2016, accounting for 57.91% of the global output of paper and paperboard; 99.002 million tons of printing and writing paper, down 1.02%, accounting for 24.13%; 22.971 million tons of paper, down 4.23%, accounting for 5.6%; Household paper was 33.937 million tons, an increase of 0.49%, accounting for 8.27%; Other paper and paperboard accounted for 16.773 million tons, an increase of 0.59%, accounting for 4.09%

China is the largest paper and paperboard producer in the world, with 112.6 million tons, accounting for 27.44% of the total global paper and paperboard output; The other countries in the top five are the United States (45000 tons, 17.56%, 7.2 million tons), Japan (26.22 million tons, 6.39%), Germany (22.931 million tons, 5.59%), India (14.961 million tons, 3.65%), and the above five countries account for 60.63% of the global paper and paperboard output. Other countries in the top ten are South Korea (11.652 million tons, 2.84%), Indonesia (10.466 million tons, 2.55%), Brazil (10.335 million tons, 2.52%), Finland (10.28 million tons, 2.51%) and Sweden (10.261 million tons, 2.5%), which account for 73.54% of the global paper and paperboard production

global paper and paperboard trade in 2017

the global paper and paperboard trade volume (calculated by exports) was 115.051 million tons, an increase of 2.3% over 2016. Europe is the largest net exporter of paper and paperboard, with a net export volume of 14.218 million tons, an increase of 12.75%; North America 6.73 million tons, an increase of 8.36%. Asia was the largest net importer of paper and paperboard, with a net import volume of 6.181 million tons, down 1.42%; Latin America 5.517 million tons and Africa 4.071 million tons, both basically the same as in 2016; Oceania was 106000 tons, down 67.98%. Europe is the largest importer of paper and paperboard in the world, with an import volume of 55.424 million tons, basically the same as in 2016, accounting for 50.39% of the total global paper and paperboard imports; Asia 27.183 million tons, an increase of 0.23%, accounting for 24.72%; 12.088 million tons in North America, down 0.3%, accounting for 10.99%; Latin America 8.888 million tons, basically the same as in 2016, accounting for 8.01%; Africa has 4.703 million tons, basically the same as in 2016, accounting for 4.28%; Oceania 1.772 million tons, down 5.44%, accounting for 1.61%

Europe is the largest exporter of paper and paperboard in the world, with an export volume of 69.642 million tons, an increase of 7.97% over 2016, accounting for 60.53% of the total global paper and paperboard exports; Asia 21.012 million tons, an increase of 0.73%, accounting for 18.25%; 18.818 million tons in North America, an increase of 2.63%, accounting for 16.36%; Latin America 3.291 million tons, roughly the same as in 2016, accounting for 2.86%; Africa has 632000 tons, roughly the same as that in 2016, accounting for 0.55%; Oceania was 1.666 million tons, an increase of 7.97%, accounting for 1.45%

Germany is the world's largest importer of paper and paperboard, with an import volume of 11.806 million tons, accounting for 10.88% of the global import volume of paper and paperboard; The top five other countries are the United States (9.1721 million tons, 8.45%), the United Kingdom (5.604 million tons, 5.17%), Italy (5.183 million tons, 4.78%), France (4.803 million tons, 4.43%), and the above five countries account for 33.71% of the global import of paper and paper innovation park development model board. The top ten countries are China (4.546 million tons, 4.19%), Poland (3.953 million tons, 3.64%), Belgium (3.648 million tons, 3.36%), Mexico (3.52 million tons, 3.24%), Spain (3.143 million tons, 2.9%), and the above ten countries account for 51.04% of global paper and paperboard imports

Germany is also the world's largest exporter of paper and paperboard, with an export volume of 14.384 million tons, accounting for 13.11% of the global paper and paperboard export volume; The other top five countries are the United States (11.607 million tons, accounting for 10.58%), Sweden (9.958 million tons, 9 put the four square probe of the tested object into the four square hole of the tester.08%), Finland (9.802 million tons, 8.94%), China (7.669 million tons, 6.99%), and the above five countries account for 48.71% of the global paper and paperboard exports. At present, the top ten other countries with organic and inorganic materials coexisting in the thermal insulation market are Canada (7.211 million tons, 6.57%), Australia (4.147 million tons, 3.78%), France (4.022 million tons, 3.67%), Belgium (4.011 million tons, 3.66%), Indonesia (3.845 million tons, 3.51%), and the above ten countries account for 69.89% of global paper and paperboard exports

note: This article is excerpted from the 2017 global paper development report published by China paper on December 23, 2018. The basic data of this report comes from the United Nations and other relevant international organizations, and some of the data are estimated data; Relevant data of China include Chinese Mainland, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan

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