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Unlimited business opportunities behind the pressure of China's paper industry

a data from an authoritative department shows that the per capita consumption of paper in the United States is more than 320 kg, while that in Europe is more than 260 kg. According to the statistics of 2000, the annual per capita consumption of paper in China is less than 27 kg. China has a large population. Every increase in the consumption of 1 kilogram of paper will form a market of nearly 10 billion yuan

it is reported that China's paper consumption has increased by 10% annually in the past decade. The annual per capita consumption in economically developed regions such as East China and South China has reached 100 kg, far higher than the national average. With the economic development, the demand for paper will be higher and higher. Experts predict that China will become the world's largest paper consumer in 2015. By 2030, the consumption of paper will reach 200 million tons, and the market prospect is very broad

in the face of this broad market, the capital of Finland, Canada and South Korea has entered or is entering China through sole proprietorship or joint venture. However, the problem of raw materials has deterred paper manufacturers

it is understood that China's paper industry has been decentralized for a long time, resulting in a generally small scale and structure of enterprises. There are more than 5000 paper-making enterprises in China, which can be called less than half of the scale and a few days of large-scale. The national paper industry also generally has the problem of obsolete equipment. The description of fixtures in gb13022 ⑼ 1 "plastic back ring method, gradual approximation method, non proportional extension strength, tensile strength, compressive strength, arbitrary point elongation strength, arbitrary film tensile property test method" of Chinese paper enterprises is: the experimental machine should be equipped with appropriate fixtures, most of which are domestic old equipment in the 1930s and 1940s, even some imported are second-hand equipment eliminated by other countries, and the technical content is low, The grade of paper produced is not enough. In addition, the unreasonable production structure has also restricted the development of state-owned paper enterprises. China is a forest deficient country, and most kinds of paper need wood fiber. In developed countries, more than 90% of papermaking uses wood fiber. However, in China, less than half of wood fibers are used, and the mass use of non wood fibers makes the quality of paper uncompetitive. Industry insiders said that China's forest coverage is low. The raw materials required for papermaking are seriously insufficient, and domestic wood pulp is less than 10% of the required amount every year. If a large number of raw materials are imported, the cost will not be reduced, which undoubtedly provides a broad market for planting economic forests and developing other sources of raw materials

there will be business opportunities when there is pressure. Zhenjiang Jindong Paper Co., Ltd., with foreign investment, has built 230000 hectares of fast-growing forests in Hainan. The coated paper production capacity of Jindong paper industry is already the first in Asia. If the new machine is put into operation smoothly, the production capacity will reach 1million tons, which is the first in the world. They said that our raw materials are self-sufficient. The cost can be lower than that of foreign coated paper. At the same time, our quality and thus control the flow into the oil cylinder are never inferior to them. China's accession to the WTO will not impact us. It seems that the confidence of Jindong paper is obviously not groundless

in comparison, domestic enterprises that can realize the integration of forestry and paper are developing in a few directions. This undoubtedly provides a very broad investment prospect for the development of economic forests with great differences in data. Industry insiders said that countries involved in the domestic paper industry said that domestic paper industry participated in less international competition, and the stimulation of foreign investment will make them stronger, which can better cope with the impact of China's accession to the WTO on the paper industry

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