Overview of the development of printing industry i

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Overview of the development of the printing industry in 2005

I. overview of the development of the industry

in 2004, the national printing GDP reached more than 260 billion yuan, accounting for about 2% of China's gross national product (GDP). The printing industry maintained a steady growth, with a total output value of 258billion yuan in 2004. Statistics show that the development rate of the printing industry remains above 10%, which is percentage points higher than the development rate of the national economy. Especially in 2003, the growth rate of the total output value of the printing industry reached 14.8%, 5.7 percentage points higher than the GDP of that year

according to the data of the National Bureau of statistics, in 2005, the total profit of the printing industry was 5.693 billion yuan, a year-on-year decrease of 0.97%; The loss of loss making enterprises was 1.156 billion yuan, an increase of 27.03% year-on-year; The value-added tax payable was 3.658 billion yuan, an increase of 10.08% year-on-year; The average number of all employees was 639300, an increase of 5.45% year-on-year; The net amount of accounts receivable was 25.144 billion yuan, an increase of 12.71% year-on-year; The total amount of finished products was 8.747 billion yuan, an increase of 14.27% year-on-year; The average balance of current assets was 80.378 billion yuan, an increase of 14.76% year-on-year; The average balance of net fixed assets was 66.683 billion yuan, an increase of 13.94% year-on-year; The total assets were 170.135 billion yuan, an increase of 12.13% year-on-year; Liabilities totaled 89.248 billion yuan, an increase of 11.22% year-on-year; The product sales revenue was 94.186 billion yuan, an increase of 17.22% year-on-year; The product sales cost was 77.617 billion yuan, an increase of 18.87% year-on-year; The product sales expense was 2.629 billion yuan, with a year-on-year increase of 17.89%; The product sales tax and surcharges were 391million yuan, an increase of 15.68% year-on-year; The management expense was 7.203 billion yuan, with a year-on-year increase of 14.03%; The financial expense was 1.084 billion yuan, with a year-on-year increase of 16.94%; The interest rate was 897 million yuan, a year-on-year increase of 14.12%

on August 4, 2005, the Chinese government formulated several opinions on the introduction of foreign investment in the cultural field (hereinafter referred to as the opinions), which put forward clear "permitted" and "prohibited" matters for related work. This is the first time that the Chinese government has allowed foreign-funded enterprises to enter the publishing and printing field. The opinions allows foreign investors to set up packaging and decoration printing and processing methods in the form of sole proprietorship or joint venture or cooperation: review whether there can be enterprises such as distribution of curvilinear coordinate books and newspapers, production of recordable optical discs, and management of works of art. Under the condition that the Chinese side holds more than 51% shares or the Chinese side holds a dominant position, foreign investors are allowed to set up enterprises such as publication printing and CD-ROM reproduction in the form of joint ventures and cooperation. Without prejudice to China's right to review the content of audio-visual products, the impact machine can record the instantaneous force value of the impacted sample under the impact of the hammer, allowing foreign investors to establish audio-visual products distribution enterprises other than films in a cooperative and Chinese dominated manner

while strengthening the opening-up of the printing industry, the competent departments have also strengthened supervision, and the supervision of the printing industry is becoming increasingly strict. Its specific performance is as follows: more and more laws and regulations have been issued, and the limited scope has become more and more specific. In addition to the above two laws and regulations, the General Administration has also successively introduced a series of regulations, such as the Interim Provisions on the qualifications of printing operators (Order No. 15 of the General Administration), the measures for the administration of the printing of housing ownership certificates, and the provisions on the administration of printed matter printing, which have made specific provisions on the operating conditions and printing conditions of various printing enterprises

in addition to the frequent introduction of relevant laws and regulations, the competent departments have adjusted the relevant administrative examination and approval projects, cancelled and delegated some administrative examination and approval powers, and simplified the examination and approval procedures, which have become another highlight of the printing industry in the past three years since its entry into WTO. First, the Ministry of public security canceled the "license for the establishment of special industries for printing enterprises" and the "license for individuals to engage in special industries for printing activities", then the General Administration of publication canceled the "examination and approval of designated enterprises for two-level book and periodical printing", the General Administration for industry and Commerce canceled the "examination and approval of trademark printing units to reduce the pulsation", and then to the cancellation of the "land certificate printing authorization" of the Ministry of land and resources. In 2004, the General Administration of the people's Republic of China delegated the approval of "the establishment of Sino foreign joint ventures, cooperative printing enterprises and wholly foreign-owned packaging and decoration printing enterprises"

in the long run, the printing industry will not slow down until, and then show a downward trend. However, the printing industry will not die out. During this period, toner and inkjet will partially replace ink, because digital printing machines are crowding out the market of analog printing machines. This will lead to the growth of on-demand printing and short edition printing. In the coming years, it will be an inevitable trend for the printing industry to disseminate information to the general public in non paper format

II. Summary of the Tenth Five Year Plan

during the Tenth Five Year Plan period, China's printing industry has made considerable progress. The printing technology has been greatly improved, and the printing quality has been significantly improved. Among them, in addition to benefiting from the improvement of printing technology and equipment, the development of printing materials has also played a role in promoting the development of high tonnage. The large printing industry (including printing, equipment and equipment) once formulated the development plan for 2010, and put forward the general goal of doubling the printing and equipment on the basis of 2000. As of 2004, the printing machinery and equipment has exceeded the target of the tenth five year plan, and the sales of major printing machinery manufacturing enterprises in 2004 increased by 70.8% over 2000. In addition, as of September 2005, the average number of all employees in the printing industry was 639300, while the average number in 2000 was only 293200. In 2005, the total profit of the printing industry has reached 5.693 billion yuan, an increase of 96 times compared with 62 million yuan in 2000

source: China Investment Guide

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