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About mndi

Paper and packaging group Mondi was spun-off from miner Anglo American in July 2007. The group has two primary businesses - Packaging and Business Paper. Its Business paper division produces office paper while the Packaging arm creates and distributes packaging products, such as bags, to various industries.

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