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China has become the "power valve" for the growth of the global plastic market

the development of the plastic industry is crucial to the growth of a country's GDP. For a long time, each country has used the quantitative index of per capita plastic consumption to measure and reflect the economic strength of a country. A few days ago, Luo Baihui, Secretary General of the International Association of mold, hardware and plastic industry suppliers, said that under the stimulation of policies such as sending cars to the countryside, sending home appliances to the countryside, and exchanging old for new, as well as the overall high demand in the Chinese market and the partial recovery of the global market, it will be the general trend for China to become the largest consumer of the global plastic industry

China has become the "power valve" for the growth of the global plastic market.

plastic, as a new material with rapid development, has become an indispensable important material in daily life and industrial fields after just 100 years of development. In the tide of global low-carbon economic development, plastics will once again play an important role. Luo Baihui said that in recent years, due to the impact of the economic crisis, the European market, the traditional economic lifeline, has been lack of power. On the contrary, with the rise of emerging economies such as China and India, the Asian market has shown strong development momentum in various fields, becoming the "barometer" of the global economic market and tightening the "power valve" of the growth of the global plastic market

European rubber and plastic machinery undoubtedly plays an extremely important role in the development of the global rubber and plastic industry. Similarly, the European rubber and plastic machinery market is also very sensitive to the development of the global industry. According to Luo Baihui, in 2009, more than 1/3 of the plastic machinery equipment exported by Germany was exported to Asia. The chairman of the rubber and plastic machinery and equipment branch under VDMA pointed out that in Asia, the development of different regions has different demand for plastic machinery and equipment. At the same time, according to the report of DMA plastic and Rubber Machinery Association, China once again became the top sales market of German plastic and rubber machinery in 2010. According to the industry report released by VDMA on May 27, 2010, the German rubber and plastic machinery manufacturing industry is expected to grow by about 11% in 2011. The report emphasizes that this market growth mainly comes from external demand, especially the Chinese market. However, on September 2, 2010, Ulrich reifenhuser, chairman of VDMA rubber and plastic machinery and equipment manufacturers association, said confidently: "no one can predict that orders in the industry increased by a record 85% in the first six months of this year. Such an extraordinary performance makes people have no reason to be optimistic. Since September 2009, new orders have increased rapidly every month, and in fact, they exceeded 100% in June 2010."

the data shows that from the outbreak of the entire financial crisis to 2010, the extremely high machining accuracy of the global market has ensured the improvement of high-level assembly and finish. The rapid development of China's plastic processing market confirms the importance of the Chinese market. According to the statistics of the China Bureau of statistics, the cumulative output of plastic products in 2010 was 45.471 million tons, with a year-on-year increase of 20.5%. The structure with good biocompatibility and controllability exceeded the annual output of last year. In 2009, China's plastic products industry still had double-digit growth year-on-year in 2008. In 2010, the cumulative output reached 51.457 million tons, an increase of 20.9% compared with 2009. According to the data provided by China Plastics Machinery Industry Association, China Plastics Machinery Ganfeng international and mtmarion signed a long-term underwriting agreement in the first three quarters of 2010, with a total industrial output value of 30.129 billion yuan, an increase of 72.93% year-on-year. This growth was achieved when Chinese injection molding machine suppliers were subject to Indian anti-dumping at the beginning of the year

at the press conference held during k2010, bernhardmerki, the current president of EUROMAP, said, "based on the rapid increase in market demand for rubber and plastic equipment in all EU EUROMAP member countries, the growth in 2010 will reach% According to EUROMAP, the order sources are mainly driven by the European and Asian markets, especially the Chinese market, while the demand in the Brazilian and Mexican markets is also rising rapidly

China's domestic plastic market accelerated development

from the analysis of the domestic market, the actual output of PE resin in China in 2010 was 8.41 million tons, a year-on-year decrease of 3.45%. With the impact of domestic plastic restrictions and the financial crisis, coupled with domestic restrictions on the production capacity investment of high energy consumption and high pollution enterprises, the growth rate of domestic output has begun to slow down. In terms of the import situation in 2010, different from the substantial growth in previous years, it maintained a steady growth trend on the whole. On the one hand, the domestic production capacity continues to increase, and the self-sufficiency rate has been improved. On the other hand, with the increasing production costs of foreign products, the cost advantage of imported products is gradually declining. In addition, high-quality and professional materials are still mainly imported, and the average import price is also rising steadily. Domestic production capacity is growing, supply capacity is enhanced, and external dependence is shrinking. In the future, market competition will pay more attention to production cost control and product quality improvement

at the same time, from the analysis of domestic demand, with the rapid development of China's economy, the growth of China's consumption of plastics is also accelerating. Since 2009, China's consumption of PE has reached more than 14million tons, making it the world's largest consumer of PE resin, with a total consumption of 44% higher than that of the United States and 14% higher than that of Europe. However, in terms of per capita PE consumption, it is only 30% of that of the United States, and there is still a lot of room for development in the future. Therefore, looking ahead, we believe that the impact of developed countries on the demand for petrochemical products will be increasingly limited, and emerging economies represented by China will become the main force driving the demand for PE resin

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