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The performance of nappies/diapers/pants in Macedonia depends on the volume consumption of the 0-36-month-old children population in the country and the purchasing patterns of the parents and relatives of this cohort. In 2016, per capita consumption was 717 units per child aged 0-3 years per year, which is below the averages of Western Europe and the US, where per capita volume consumption is higher by at least 30% in comparison to Macedonia.
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Disposable Pants, Nappies/Diapers.
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