The volume of paper production in the Russian city of Moscow grew by almost 30% during the period of January-November, 2021 year-on-year basis, according to recent statements and data, provided by Moscow regional authorities.
The achieved growth was confirmed by Vladimir Yefimov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations, according to which the increase of paper production became part of the trend of the overall growth of processing sector in the city.
That became mainly due to the ever growing local demand and generally stable situation with the pandemic.
Most of analysts expect the volume of paper production in Moscow will continue to grow this year, however much will depend on the further situation with the pandemic.
By: Eugene Gerden