The top ten countries for total paper production rank as follows: 10. December 2016 with 5,347 Reads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is … The Italian paper industry is growing and Italian paper making technology is recognized as leading edge. The ranking of paper consumption per capita. It is significant that for the twenty republics as a whole, per caput consumption has been steadily, if slowly, rising. Le recensement annuel de la FAO sur les capacités mondiales de production de pâte et de papier se fond sur les chiffres envoyés par les correspondants. • Worldwide consumption of paper has risen by 400% in the last 40 years with 35% of harvested trees being used for paper manufacture (The Paperless Project, 2014). THE RANKING OF PAPER CONSUMPTIONAD ADIABAVO 人口 1 人 あたり の PER CAPITA BELCIUM kg: the sum of 2010-2011 20104E2011 0AHARR %: Recyling rate of 2011 2011#DAEORE ベルギー 647.4kg/64% 2 AUSTRIA オーストリア … Consumption of cardboard and packaging paper increased by 11% between 2013 and 2018 in UNECE countries.
Asian countries have some of the largest paper production of any country in the world, and four of them are among the world’s top-ten paper producers.

Italy. country tables for pulp and paper are presented on one page; grade tables show volume of production capacity by country, for each product and product aggregate code; and production tables by country. • In the last 20 years, the usage of paper products has increased from 92 million tons to 208 million, which is a growth of 126% (The Paperless Project, 2014). The global paper industry has thrived in terms of paper production and paper consumption over the last few decades, led by some of the world’s largest paper producing countries and paper consuming markets such as China — the largest paper producer in the world — the US, and Japan.

Paper consumption in China is also one of the world’s highest, reaching more than 85 million tons in 2009.

Packaging paper consumption is rising, driven by the development of e-commerce and the increasing use of paper as an alternative material to other packaging, such as plastic, which are considered more polluting.
China has an annual paper and pulp production of 99.3 million tons, the highest of any country in the world. Coming in at 8.840 million metric tons total pulp paper production, Italy takes tenth place. As shown in Table 1, there is considerable variation among Latin-American countries in the use of paper and paperboard, Argentina having the highest per caput consumption (19 kg. in 1945-46) and six countries having less than 1 kg. The worst offenders are the Belgians, with the equivalent of 8.51 40-foot trees worth of paper being consumed by each member of the population per year, according to The Economist.