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South American countries plan to expand the annual production capacity of chemical pulp to 30million tons by 2020

DTTL company released a survey report that experts predict that by 2020, the large-scale capacity expansion plan in South America will increase the production of 20million tons and 30million tons of chemical pulp for the global forest products, paper and packaging industry

the report believes that South American countries have an increasing influence on the global chemical pulp industry. Because the region depends on imported paper to meet the growing demand

the report also predicts that South American countries are currently investing in the most advanced production facilities, which may consolidate the competitive position of the region in the global market

John Dixon, head of DTTL's global forest products, paper and packaging department, said: the expansion plan of chemical pulp production capacity is likely to have a far-reaching impact on the global market and may affect the strategic investment of manufacturers in the next few years. For example, some European chemical pulp companies have made large-scale investments in South America. The new technology and more efficient production process of modern chemical plants will become the competitive advantage of enterprises in this region

according to the report, five manufacturers in South America are expected to produce 7million tons and 8million tons of chemical pulp by 2014. These weight reduction products that can shorten the braking distance will be mainly used for export. From the perspective of global demand, the export competitiveness of South American countries may be closely related to their most important trading partners. Because in the next few years, China will still be the world's largest consumer of chemical pulp

the report believes that global chemical pulp production enterprises that have made strategic investments in emerging markets such as South American countries will have a competitive advantage. Because the industry will continue to develop in the future

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