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The Confederation of Paper Industries (CPI) has released its annual review of 2004 and reported that 2005 is set to be a year of significant change.
The figures for 2004 show that UK consumption of paper and board increased slightly to 12.7m tonnes, having stabilised at the 12.5m-tonne level for the past three years.
One of the most significant rises was in newsprint, where output increased by 10% to 1.1m tonnes, the first time it has reached this level in four years.
This was despite the use of alternative media affecting pagination levels for both magazines and newsprint during 2004.
Rising energy prices also failed to have an impact with …