Tissue papers In our modern society, paper, paperboard, and products made from them used for information transfer or packaging purposes comprise most global paper and paperboard production. Papers designed for aspects of personal hygiene and other personal and household activities are an important and growing segment of the overall paper and paperboard market, however. Globally,
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