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Paper industry: plant big trees, protect the environment, and strengthen China. The paper industry is an important basic industry that provides raw materials for the development of the national economy. The consumption level of paper and paper is one of the important symbols to measure a country's modernization level and civilization

in 2003, China has become the second largest paper consumer in the world after the United States. In 2003, the consumption of paper and paperboard in China was about 48 million tons, and the domestic output was about 43 million tons. It is predicted that the consumption of paper and paperboard in China will be about 50million tons by 2005 and 70million tons by 2010

due to the shortage of forestry available resources, China's paper industry is taking the road of straw pulp. Excessive pollution and difficult to improve quality have become the "bottleneck" restricting the development of the paper industry. In order to change this situation, it is imperative to implement the forestry paper integration project. At present, the "Tenth Five Year Plan" and 2010 special plan for the construction of national forestry and paper projects "drafted by the national development and Reform Commission has been approved by the State Council. The project plans to build a fast-growing and high-yield afforestation base of 5million hectares in about 10 years, increase the output of wood pulp by 5.5 million tons, and realize the common development of paper industry and forestry

the embryonic form of the "south to North paper transportation" is beginning to appear

relevant experts believe that the pattern of China's "south to North paper transportation" is determined by the following conditions: from the perspective of climate conditions, South China is located in the subtropical zone and has the unique advantages of developing the "Forest Pulp paper integration" project: it has the sun, temperature and rainfall that are very suitable for the growth of fast-growing forests (including eucalyptus, Acacia pine and broad-leaved forests), The number of Eucalyptus, the main papermaking raw material tree species in the south, is more advantageous than that of pine in the north. The growth years of the two tree species are basically the same, but because the light and hot water conditions in the North cannot keep up, and the heat and rainy season cannot come at the same time, the yield of pine is low, so it cannot compete with Eucalyptus in quantity

from the perspective of the development momentum of fast-growing forests, Guangdong, Guangxi, Fujian, southern Hunan, southern Jiangxi, Hainan Island and other places are suitable for Eucalyptus Growth, with a total of about 3million hectares of forest land, which can provide raw materials for paper mills with an annual output of 18million to 25million tons of pulp raw materials. The total pulp production in South China is twice the current domestic total

from the perspective of transportation costs and environmental protection, most international paper mills are willing to build in coastal areas. Sea transportation has cost advantages, and at present, countries cannot achieve zero pollution. The pollution degree of wastewater treatment to the sea is smaller than that discharged on land

Indonesian paper giant plans to be listed in China

as a typical example of "foreign monks chanting scriptures", app can be called the "leader" of China's paper industry. Recently, China's capital market has also begun to attract the attention of this industry giant. It is reported that app China is expected to be listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange to raise funds, leveraging the domestic capital market to supplement capital, in order to consolidate its leading position in the paper market

as the flagship enterprise of golden light group, golden light group app is one of the top ten paper industry in the world and the largest pulp and paper industry group in Asia (excluding Japan). At present, the total assets of app are more than US $18 billion, of which the assets in China have reached US $4billion, and the sales volume in 2002 was 13.1 billion yuan - the "leader" position in China's paper industry is unmatched - almost three times that of the second place. Today, I share with you the operating procedures of pendulum impact testing machine

the domestic paper industry is facing the impact of price reduction

China's paper anti-dumping protective measures, which have been implemented for five years, are about to expire on June 30 this year. Once the protective measures fail, China's paper industry will still be greatly impacted

In 1998, China began to implement anti-dumping protection for paper imports from the United States, Canada and South Korea for up to five years. The protection expired in July 2003, but the serious lack of domestic scale technical equipment and wood fiber pulp, as well as the situation that the new production capacity basically depends on imported pulp board, lead to the domestic production cost is still higher than the international market cost. Therefore, in July, 2003, the Ministry of Commerce "decided to review the above anti-dumping measures for a period of one year for several positive signals in the economic operation of China's extruder industry

according to the experts of the association, during the review period, anti-dumping duties will continue to be levied, that is, China's paper anti-dumping protection will continue until June 30, 2004. Once the protection of the product profile of the microcomputer controlled universal testing machine is cancelled, many enterprises, including some listed companies, will face greater pressure. At present, the average selling price of domestic paper is 4900 yuan/ton, while the average selling price of paper in the U.S. market is about 4568 yuan/ton, and the sales price difference between the two markets is about 430 yuan. That is to say, under the condition that imported paper does not constitute dumping, China's paper price has the pressure of downward adjustment of more than 300 yuan/ton

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