SINGAPORE , Jan. 7, 2013 (RISI) -
China's total pulp imports grew 2.4% in November last year compared to the previous month, to nearly 1.412 million tonnes, according to data from China Customs (see table below).
The November growth came on top of an increase of 3.8% in October from September. The mini-boom was driven by large Chinese mills restocking and by sellers' discounted offers.
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