A trade association representing the paper industry in Vietnam has asked its government to ban the export of recycled pulp.
The Vietnam Pulp & Paper Association (VPPA) is concerned that investment may be made in facilities to recycle paper into pulp, but not into the finished product.
Instead, it fears that the pulp will be exported to countries such as China to be turned into a finished recycled paper.
As a result, it has called for a ban on exporting pulp from Vietnam.
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