Russia's Ministry for Economic Development has approved a proposal to impose a temporary ban on recovered paper exports. This measure reportedly aims to improve poor supply on the domestic market and encourage domestic converting of recovered paper. This action was among a number of decisions whose objectives are to stimulate economic growth, reduce costs for Russian companies and support certain industries, the Russian Ministry said.
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