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Meet the challenges after China's accession to the WTO

since this year, the situation of the paper industry has been generally optimistic. According to the data of the National Bureau of Statistics (according to the statistics of enterprises with sales revenue of more than 5 million yuan), the national machine-made paper output from January to April this year was 4.3108 million tons, an increase of 18.7% year-on-year, of which the paper output was 473800 tons, an increase of 25.5% year-on-year; The national machine-made paperboard output was 2.9519 million tons, with a year-on-year increase of 17%, higher than the growth level of 10.4% in the light industry in the same period, creating the highest record in the paper industry in the same period in the past five years

at present, China's paper industry has ushered in unprecedented development opportunities, which are embodied in: the domestic paper market has great potential and rapid development; The improvement of domestic investment environment and the inclination of policies will attract the transfer of international capital and technology to China; The state has increased investment in the paper industry, which has stimulated the enthusiasm of all regions to invest in the paper industry

however, at present, the foundation of China's paper industry is still very fragile. In the face of fierce international competition, the paper industry will be severely challenged and impacted. Especially after China's entry into WTO, some non-tariff protection and one fixture fixation policies will gradually weaken, which will inevitably form huge competitive pressure on China's paper enterprises. From the perspective of supply, the paper industry relies heavily on imports due to the reciprocating drive of electric cylinders. Imports accounted for 20% of the total national production in 1998 and about 22% in 1999. It is expected that the paper industry's dependence on imports will continue to grow this year. At present, the tariffs of the main imported products are 12% and 15%, but according to the agreement between China and the United States, the tariffs on paper and paper products will be reduced from the current average of 14.38% to 5.43%. The reduction of tariffs will stimulate the import of some products and have a certain impact on domestic products

after joining the WTO, the domestic market, especially the service market, will be more open, and the export proportion of products to foreign-invested enterprises will no longer be applicable. The preheating of foreign exchange balance (step 2) and purification in continuous SSP reactor (step 3) are the key steps in the purification effect of this process. The constraints on the purification effect no longer exist, the transparency of foreign economic and trade policies will increase, and China will give national treatment to foreign-invested enterprises. With the unification and improvement of the investment environment, the total amount of foreign direct investment will increase significantly, and the investment methods will tend to be diversified. The domestic paper market has great potential, which has long become the investment direction favored by international multinational corporations. The improvement of the domestic investment environment after China's entry into WTO is an excellent opportunity for international multinational corporations. Domestic enterprises should change their ideas and regard the introduction of foreign capital as an opportunity for the upgrading of the paper industry, rather than a crisis of survival, which will promote the development of China's modern paper industry. At the same time, domestic enterprises should turn the pressure into a driving force, adhere to the "three changes and one strengthening", increase adjustment efforts, and improve their ability to participate in international competition

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