Annual paper production has decreased while plastics remain stable

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According to the office of national statistics big manufacturers of paper and paperboard have seen a 50.2% decrease in their sales since 2008 with a further 24% decrease between 2016 and 2017.

However, the decrease in sales has been offset due to an increase in “other income” from £564,059,000 in 2016 to £1,115,147,000 in 2017, with this extra income coming from manufacturers that sell less than £25,000,000 . . .

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