Sappi, the world’s largest maker of biodegradable wood pulp used as an alternative in the textile industry, narrowed quarterly losses thanks to a partial rebound in demand for graphic paper and higher prices for one of its mainstay products. 

Sappi posted a $17m (R254m) loss in the three months to the end of December, its fiscal first quarter, a more than 80% improvement from the previous quarter...

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