Lee & Man planning 400,000 tonnes per year new paper mill in Vietnam

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A new 400,000 tonnes per year paper mill in Vietnam is being planned by Chinese mill group Lee & Man.

In late 2016, the company opened its first mill in the country in Hau Giang, and is now in the early stages of developing a second plant in the country.

Last month, in its 2017 interim annual results, Lee & Man stated that it intends to “strengthen its presence” in Vietnam.

Mark Lyndon Paper . . .

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