Global Market for Pulp is $168bn of Which Nigeria Controls Less Than 0.5%


Tuesday, October 23, 2018 / 04:38 PM / FDC


The global market for pulp is $168bn of which Nigeria controls less than 0.5%. Paper, which is the end product of pulp, is a threatened item due to technology disruption, paperless office etc.


Why should you still invest in a dying industry? And how do you make money out of a dinosaur?


The below slides shed some light on the relevance of pulp and paper in a dynamic Nigerian economy.   


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