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How Coronavirus could influence Pulp & Paper Industeries

Murali Palani
Posted : Friday, 27th March 2020, 12:19:PM
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Posted : 5th April 2020, 04:40:PM
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When the government announce the lock down, you could see the toilet paper run out of stock! There is also

Nurul Ain Syifaa Yaakob
Posted : 6th April 2020, 11:22:AM
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I guess it will be negative demand impacts on this pulp and paper industries as this industries contribute more in packaging for example, they will having difficulty in supply their produc

Murali Palani
Posted : 6th April 2020, 01:05:PM
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Not entirely agree with your statement, concerns over the virus, likely, negative effect to consumer spending on a slowdown in fast-moving consumer goods, which cascade across the entire economy to a downward direction. Pulp and paper perspective, such a trend will most directly impact packaging demand. Demand for paper and pulp products has affected due to most of stores and partners closed. Add on; Operating hours reduced and with movement control the impact march more.  With the virus moving into other significant countries, it’s likely consumers will display similar behaviour and unpredictable stage.