Will China Ban Mixed Paper Imports?, Paper360º, July/August 2017



After experiencing a three-quarters-long price roller coaster, the global recovered paper market now has to face another potential storm: a big change in Chinese recovered paper import policy.

The China General Administration of Customs announced the National Sword 2017 program in February to crack down on illegal solid waste imports. National Sword 2017 did not catch much attention at first, because the industry experienced Green Fence Operation in 2013 and most parties in the industry felt more prepared and less panic this time. Then during the 34th meeting of the Central Leading Group for Deepening Overall Reform held by President Xi Jinping on April 18, the program of “Prohibition on Import of (Selected) Solid Waste in Promotion of Reform on Solid Waste Imports Management” was reviewed and approved.

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Will China Ban Mixed Paper Imports?, Paper360º, July/August
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Author: Hannah Zhao