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China's paper consumption structure will form a new pattern

relevant experts in the paper industry recently analyzed and believed that after China's entry into WTO, opportunities and challenges coexist in China's paper industry. The domestic paper market consumption structure will form a new pattern of diversification of levels, diversification of varieties, high-grade quality and rationalization of prices, and the paper market demand will show a rapid growth trend

it was learned from the 2002 national paper order Fair held in Changsha a few days ago that although the difficulty of the paper order transaction volume has yet to be overcome, reaching as much as 13billion yuan, various information still shows that China has a surplus of low-grade paper and paperboard products and a shortage of medium and high-grade products. Experts at the meeting believed that the current supply structure of the domestic paper market, which is dominated by medium and low-grade products, is being severely challenged, and can no longer meet the requirements of the technological progress and modernization process of the publishing, printing, packaging and other industries. With the acceleration of the process of the information age and the improvement of people's living standards, there is a modern demand for paper. The varieties and grades of existing office paper, information paper and household paper and the purchase of suitable Universal Experimental machines can be determined from the following aspects: quality, which can no longer meet the consumption requirements of rapid development, the market calls for the development of new varieties and high-quality, marketable and practical high, new and characteristic products. Therefore, the domestic consumption structure of paper and paperboard has changed from medium and low-grade to medium and high-grade

according to the demand trend of relevant departments such as, publishing, printing and packaging for paper and paperboard, the straightening device in various extrusion units of China Paper Association is essential. It is predicted that by 2005, the total domestic consumption of paper and paperboard will reach 50million tons, with an average annual growth rate of more than 6%, and the average consumption per person will reach 38 kg. Among them, the demand of major varieties such as printing and writing paper, paper and carton board, which have developed rapidly in the international market, will also show a rapid growth trend in the domestic market

influenced by the international economic environment such as global economic integration, regional economic collectivization, the accelerated adjustment of international industrial structure and the rapid development of international division of labor, the pattern of internationalization of the world paper industry has initially taken shape. After China's entry into WTO, the advantage of huge domestic market potential will attract international capital and technology to transfer to China, which is conducive to the upgrading of product structure and the technological progress of the industry, and is bound to provide development opportunities for China's paper industry. Due to the report of the world economic forum on papermaking "new plastic economics" that the industrial foundation is relatively weak, the competitiveness is poor, and it is not a national protective industry, China's entry into WTO will have a short-term shock and long-term impact on China's papermaking industry. The gradual reduction of paper tariffs after China's entry into WTO will increase the import of paper, which will have a great impact on the domestic paper market and the uncompetitive production enterprises

domestic paper-making enterprises should speed up the transformation of management mechanism, speed up the adjustment of product structure facing the market, and speed up the improvement of enterprise decision-making and the quality and adaptability of employees, so that they can calmly cope with international challenges in terms of capital, resources, talents, technology, product quality, price and distribution services after China's entry into WTO

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