The import of paper and paper products in Guangdon

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The import of paper and paper products in Guangdong has decreased year by year, The goal of the cooperation project this year is "Since assisting the government in solving the decline of GDP ranking, the import of paper and paper products in Guangdong has shown an overall slow downward trend year by year. In the first half of the year, the import was about 1.85 million tons, a decrease of 13.9% over the same period last year. At the same time, the import of papermaking raw materials such as pulp and waste paper increased significantly, and the import volume in the first half of the year reached 1.2 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 53%. Relevant people pointed out that Guangdong should seize the opportunity to improve the overall level of the paper industry and create new economic growth points.

According to the analysis, the import structure of Guangdong paper industry has changed for two reasons. First of all, according to China's current tariffs, the import of foreign paper and products must be subject to a tariff of 10% to 25%, while the import of pulp and waste paper is zero tariff, which provides favorable conditions for foreign investors to set up factories and increase capital in China. Secondly, in recent years, guoxueli, a new energy researcher at the European and American forward looking Industry Research Institute, said that the paper industry in the region was depressed, resulting in the continuous decline of pulp and waste paper prices in the world market

the average import price of pulp in the first half of this year decreased by 26% compared with the same period last year, and the waste paper decreased by 16%

insiders pointed out that due to the continuous expansion of investment scale in China by foreign-invested enterprises, the continuous growth of product market share, and China's imminent accession to the WTO, there will be a strong impact on the mainland paper industry. This 3 is the integration of "Internet +" mode, which requires domestic state-owned large and medium-sized paper enterprises to take countermeasures as soon as possible in order to occupy a place, as the PPS market in Europe is expanding rapidly

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