Based on comprehensive historical information and extensive, up-to-date market knowledge, the report examines a valuable range of issues that are changing the structure of global markets for newsprint.

The EMGE World Newsprint Markets Report is a half-yearly update and critical review of the Newsprint demand and supply outlook.

Each report provides a comprehensive database of newsprint demand, trade and supply, which includes a forecast of world capacity by individual country. Importantly, we include extensive tables showing the structure and the investment plans of the industry by company, as well as valuable listings of the Leading Supplier Rankings. A detailed analysis of the demand-supply balance is included, and the report assesses the outlook for industry operating rates, international trade and self-sufficiency.

Based on comprehensive historical information and extensive, up-to-date market knowledge, the report examines a valuable range of issues that are changing the structure of global markets for newsprint.

For each report, we integrate the latest statistical information for all world countries. Market forecasts are five years from the base year.

Individual country data are provided. Forecasts are grouped by region, as follows:-

  • West Europe (EU, Norway and Switzerland)
  • North America (USA & Canada)
  • Japan
  • China/Hong Kong
  • Other Asia (All Asia and Oceania except Japan, China, Hong Kong & Middle East)
  • Other Europe (East.Europe/Russia, Greece, Iceland, etc)
  • Latin America
  • Africa/ME (All Africa & Middle East including Turkey & Israel)

Part 2 of this WNM report (EMGE Publication Paper Price Forecast) provides a useful price forecast, supported by a global assessment of the factors influencing price. As the price of newsprint is influenced by local as well as global conditions we have included information and forecasts on prices by region. The analysis is founded upon a large database of information of prices and costs in various parts of the world, including regular price surveys specially commissioned for this study.

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