EU’s exports of recovered paper to India remains delayed for at least six more weeks as ERPA corrects EU policy mistake; India is EU’s largest importer of recovered paper, has high fiber demand and short supplies amid EU ban and US port congestion

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EU recovered paper exports to India remain tangled in red tape

EuRIC’s recovered paper association, ERPA, said it will require a minimum of six more weeks before the EU can can again export recovered paper to India, Euwid reported on Feb. 22.

In November, a clerical error from EU regulations unintentionally banned recovered paper exports to India. EuRIC said it would correct the error, but Indian and EU players have criticized the procedure for taking too long.

The export ban has created supply chain bottlenecks, as India is the EU’s largest foreign recovered paper importer. India is currently facing a paper production supply crisis on high demand and short supplies amid the ban and to US port congestion.

The primary source for this article is Euwid, Gernsbach, Germany, published Feb. 22, 2022. To read the original article, click here. (Full report access may require a subscription.)

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