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Table VII-9 Coated free sheet paper: Korean production capacity, production, shipments, and inventories, 2003-05, January-September 2005-06, and projected 2006-07

Actual experience

Projections

Item

2003

2004

2005 Jan.-Sept. 2005 2006 Quantity (short tons)

2006

2007

2,180,481 1,991,631 97,379

2,267,501 2,168,023 104,575

6,778 896,204

3,638 940,299

386,950 700,159 1,087,109 1,990,091

462,590 754,299 1,216,889 2,160,826

91.3 4.9 4.9

95.6 4.8 4.8

0.3 45.0

0.2 43.5

21.4 34.9 56.3

Capacity Production End of period inventories Shipments: Internal consumption Home market Exports to-- The United States All other markets Total exports Total shipments

19.4 35.2 54.6

Capacity utilization Inventories to production Inventories to total shipments Share of total shipments: Internal consumption Home market Exports to-- The United States All other markets

Total exports Note.–See exhibit 18 of the petition for ***

.

315 387

, 595,081 910,468

361 926

, 521,042 882,968

1,617,882 1,646,077 d shares (percent)

96.5 6.4 6.5

94.8 5.8 5.8

3,631

2,528

4,334

988,820

704,886

758,775

2,309,445 2,214,079 116,188

417,085 792,930 1,210,015 2,202,466 Ratios an 95.9 5.2 5.3

1,713,220

1,748,801

1,653,386

1,658,098

140,080

128,207

18.9

19.5

22.0

36.0

36.8

31.7

54.9

56.3

53.6

0.2

0.2

0.3

44.9

43.6

46.1

481,632

433,306

667,134

703,352

1,148,766

1,136,658

2,198,157

2,240,759

2,328,338

2,338,338

2,206,942

2,234,245

124,973

118,458

0.2

0.2

47.5

49.1

5,411

3,499

1,043,980

1,100,602

94.8

95.5

5.7

5.3

5.7

5.3

21.9

19.3

30.3

31.4

52.3

50.7

Source: Compiled from data submitted in response to Commission questionnaires.

respondents characterize their involvement in the U.S. market as “long-term” and state that they are not new market participants. 18

Data on the Korean industry are presented in table VII-9. With one exception, each of the indices presented in table VII-9 have followed a pattern of steady, albeit relatively slow, growth throughout the

18

Korean respondents’ postconference brief, p. 35.

VII-7

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