Fibre pulp, recovered, production weight (tonnes) - for all countries


The series "Fibre pulp" contains 18,548 data rows in 10 data sets for 175 countries.
Pulp manufactured from recovered paper or paperboard and used for the manufacture of paper, paperboard and fibreboard. It excludes pulp made from straw; bamboo; bagasse; esparto; other reeds or grasses; cotton fibres; flax; hemp; rags; and other textile wastes. It is reported in metric tonnes air-dry weight (i.e. with 10% moisture content).
FAOSTAT
Fibre pulp, recovered, production weight (tonnes) Pulp manufactured from recovered paper or paperboard and used for the manufacture of paper, paperboard and fibreboard. It excludes pulp made from straw; bamboo; bagasse; esparto; other reeds or grasses; cotton fibres; flax; hemp; rags; and other textile wastes. It is reported in metric tonnes air-dry weight (i.e. with 10% moisture content). /statistic/fibre%20pulp%2C%20recovered%2C%20production%20weight

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World
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China
France
France
Spain
Spain
Italy
Italy
Mexico
Mexico
Thailand
Thailand
United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Russia
Russia
Austria
Austria
Netherlands
Netherlands
Australia
Australia
India
India
Switzerland
Switzerland
Czech Republic
Czech Republic
Colombia
Colombia
Norway
Norway
Portugal
Portugal
Israel
Israel
Sweden
Sweden
Romania
Romania
Lithuania
Lithuania
United States
United States
Slovenia
Slovenia
New Zealand
New Zealand
Pakistan
Pakistan
Denmark
Denmark
Ireland
Ireland
Burma
Burma
Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan
Ecuador
Ecuador
Canada
Canada
Germany
Germany
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Macedonia
Greece
Greece
Belgium
Belgium
Bulgaria
Bulgaria
Estonia
Estonia
Slovakia
Slovakia
Finland
Finland

Source: FAOSTAT
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