Based on official figures of APKI, cultural paper had the largest production capacity in 2008.
A chairman of APKI said no pulp factory in the country had used illegal trees as tree basic material is easily available from legal suppliers with prices relatively cheap after the ban on log exports.
Based on official record of APKI, the country has around 80 pulp and paper companies consisting of 10 integrated pulp and paper factories, 67 paper factories and 3 pulp factories.
Based on data at APKI in 2004, cultural paper dominates paper production capacity.
8 *) tentative Source: APKI
Table--2 Indonesia's production of paper 1997-2001 Year Production Change (Ton) (%) 1997 4,821,603 -- 1998 5,487,260 13.
APKI urge the Indonesian Anti Dumping Committee (KADI) to slap a 30%-50% surcharge on the foreign products to create price stability on the domestic market and a fair competition.
APKI said the raw material is sufficiently available in the country but the autonomy system has caused confusion in the implementation of regulations.
According to APKI, imports from the 4 countries suspected of committing dumping totaled 35,000 tons of paper from the tariff category of HS4802 52.
5 million-8 million tons 35,000-45,000 tons Source: APKI Table-2 Imports of paper, 1997-2001 Year Volume Value (tons) (US$`000) 1997 301,578 357,200 1998 167,901 252,865 1999 143,800 216,568 2000 134,400 205,450 2001 130,500 200,560 Source: Central Board of Statistics
said suppliers from the four countries had sold paper at around US$ 500 per tons, far below the prevailing prices of US$ 750-US$ 800 per tons in the countries of origin.
said suppliers from the four countries sold writing and printing in Indonesia at a price of US$ 500 per ton far below the prices of US$ 750-US$ 800 for local products, and the market price of US$ 800-US$ 850 per ton in their respective countries.