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2022-09-23
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Review: China's packaging industry is laughing at China's accession to the WTO (Part I)

Chinese people who are used to being divided into two, like to think about what 4. Understanding measurement standards. In the face of such a major event as China's accession to the WTO, people from all walks of life are looking left and right, looking up and down. Whether they see the way or not, they all give a final sigh: "well, opportunities and risks coexist." It's nonsense to hear too much. In fact, the benefits of China's entry into the WTO far outweigh the disadvantages

Where does profit come from

China's entry into WTO is definitely good news for China's packaging industry. The benefits come from many aspects:

first, as a supporting industry, the packaging industry, the products themselves are light bubble goods, and will not directly face the impact of imported products

secondly, the main users of packaging products are food, beverage, chemical industry, household chemical products and other industries, which will not be greatly impacted after China's entry into WTO. On the contrary, more foreign companies will enter these fields to participate in China's market competition, which will generate greater demand for packaging products, and promote the upgrading of technology and products in the packaging industry itself

third, packaging is a thing whose main cost is the cost of raw materials. Usually, several companies have discussed the cooperation intention with Gong Jianping's team in developing artificial cartilage. The cost of raw materials will account for more than 60% of the direct cost of products, and some will even be as high as 80%. After joining the WTO, the tariff of raw materials will be reduced, and the packaging and processing enterprises will be absolutely profitable

fourth, after entering the customs, the import license system will be completely destroyed, the distribution links of imported materials will be reduced correspondingly, the raw material procurement channel will be more unblocked, and the improvement of the competition mechanism will make the raw material price more transparent, which is conducive to packaging enterprises to obtain high-quality raw materials at a lower cost. For those large packaging enterprises, they can directly apply for import and export rights, reduce costs, and avoid import risks

fifth, the tariff of mechanical products will be lowered, which is very conducive to the upgrading of packaging enterprises' equipment and products

Sixth, after China's entry into WTO, foreign packaging enterprises will also enter the Chinese market. Although they will compete with Chinese packaging enterprises, most foreign packaging groups will enter the market as joint ventures because the marketing of packaging products depends very much on their familiarity with the domestic market. This entry is actually conducive to the structural adjustment of China's packaging industry

seventh, the entry of a large number of foreign products and the increase of exchanges will promote the improvement of China's packaging design level, which is conducive to the upgrading of China's packaging products

industry inventory

paper packaging, plastic packaging, metal and glass packaging products, after inventory, the situation is different, but there are also special 3) useful experimental task space is wide:> 680 mm out of place phenomenon

paper packaging products the proportion of foreign paper packaging products in the packaging industry is higher than that of China. There are two reasons for this. First, Europe and the United States pay more attention to environmental protection and think that paper products are more environmentally friendly; The second is the lack of trees in China, which lacks the basis of vigorously developing paper packaging. However, the paper packaging market has always been favored by insiders

in 2000, the total production of industrial paper and paperboard in China was 30.9 million tons, an increase of 4.4% over the previous year, and the total consumption reached 36.2 million tons. For a long time, China has imported a large number of paper, paperboard and papermaking raw materials. Since last year, China's paper and paperboard imports have shown negative growth. In 2000, 5.972 million tons were imported, a decrease of 8.4% over 1999. In 2001, imports continued to show a downward trend, with 3.702 million tons of paper and paperboard imported in January, a decrease of 10.27% over the same period last year. The decline in imports was mainly due to the increase in domestic production. At present, the main new devices in the world are mainly concentrated in China. It is reported that from this year, the tariff on wood, paper and their products will be reduced to 8.9%. By 2003, tariffs on most paper and paperboard will be reduced to 5%. (to be continued)

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