Trade Wars and Potential Consequences to the Paper Industry
April 20, 2017
Urban Lundberg, Senior Consultant, Fisher International
Global paper trade amounts to more than 100 million metric tons at a value just short of 90 billion USD. So what does it mean for the industry when the US President proposes to review current US trade agreements and tariffs with the objective of strengthening US-based manufacturing or when Great Britain proceeds with exiting the European Union? These events could eventually lead to a change of market conditions and trade rules. What are the consequences for countries, mills, suppliers?
Fisher Senior Consultant, Urban Lundberg delves into these issues, following up on his recently published article on the topic.