Japan paper

Japan paper

[jə′pan ¦pā·pər]
(materials)
A special paper made with an irregular mottled effect on the surface; used for greeting cards and other decorative applications.
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The decrease, which followed a rise in 2010, was also attributable to increased imports due to the yen's appreciation, according to the Japan Paper Association.
The Japan Paper Association has targeted a 13% reduction in energy intensity and a 10% reduction in C[O.
More interesting was Franz Gertsen's mystical portrait Silvia, a huge but finely worked woodcut on Japan paper at the Haas & Fuchs/Contemporary Fine Arts stand, and Richard Deacon's Individual, a twisted piece of ash wood evoking an outsized wood shaving, exhibited by Goodman Marian.
This week's Photomask Japan paper describes how mask process signatures were simulated, and the effects on CD uniformity and OPC hot spots measured.
The decline was attributable to falling demand amid the economic downturn, according to the Japan Paper Association.
Miyoshi, chairman of Japan Paper Association, addressed the general meeting, and stressed the following points: the Japanese paper industry is increasing production, maintaining higher operating rates, and reducing costs.
Takeshiro Miyashita, president of NPI, and chairman of the Japan Paper Association, said, "I am pleased that our joint venture received the 'E' Award on the year celebrating NORPAC's 15th anniversary.
We are called on to restore public trust in our production practices and we want you to tackle the matter with speed and in earnest,'' said Shoichiro Suzuki, chairman of the Japan Paper Association, speaking before some 30 committee members.
The Japan Paper Association (JPA) says Japan's paper production has declined three year in a row despite a slow economic recovery in that nation.
2 percent over a year earlier for an all-time high in the January-June period due to Japan's economic recovery, the Japan Paper Association said Monday.
Japan Paper Association sent its first mission to China in October to meet with delegates from Chinese Paper Association (CPA).
Shoichiro Suzuki, chairman of Oji Paper, who heads the Japan Paper Association, said at a regular news conference earlier in the day that the country's largest paper company ''has been saying it can become bigger by merger and acquisition activities, but goldfishes swimming in a pond are becoming fewer.
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