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Indonesian paper production predicted to rise to 7.8 million tons.

The country's production of paper is predicted to rise 5% to 7.8 million tons this year from 7.4 million ions in 2004, the association of paper producers (APKI) said. APKI chairman M. Mansyur said 35% of the production will be exported. Mansyur said the production could still be increased as the country has an installed capacity of 10 million tons a year. He said domestic consumption of paper is expected to rise to 5.6 million tons this year from 5.4 million tons. The country still has to rely oil import for waste paper pulp especially long fiber pulp, which is not yet produced domestically. The industry ministry said the country's production of pulp is not yet sufficient to feed its paper plants although its pulp industry already operates at high capacity utilization of 85% producing 5.4 million tons a year. (BI/10/01/05)
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Title Annotation:ECONOMIC NEWS IN BRIEF
Comment:Indonesian paper production predicted to rise to 7.8 million tons.(ECONOMIC NEWS IN BRIEF)
Publication:Indonesian Commercial Newsletter
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:9INDO
Date:Jan 11, 2005
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