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core tip: the process of economic globalization has already begun, especially after the 1980s, especially after the 1990s, the process of world economic globalization has been greatly accelerated. As an industry with an output value of trillions of yuan, the development of China's packaging and printing industry affects the nerves of the global manufacturing industry and is also affected by the global economic situation. Let's take a look at the foreign policies related to China's packaging and printing industry

[China Packaging News] the process of economic globalization has already begun. Especially after the 1980s, especially after the 1990s, the process of world economic globalization has greatly accelerated. As an industry with an output value of trillions of yuan, the development of China's packaging and printing industry affects the nerves of the global manufacturing industry and is also affected by the global economic situation. Let's take a look at the foreign policies related to China's packaging and printing industry

China's cultural paper exports have been subject to double anti-dumping investigations

in recent years, China's cultural paper exports have been repeatedly subject to double anti-dumping investigations in Europe, the United States and other countries and regions, and have been imposed high anti-dumping duties, which has seriously restricted the export of cultural paper. According to the data in the production and marketing situation of China's paper industry in 2014 released by the China Paper Association, China's Uncoated Writing and printing paper exports totaled 886700 tons from January to September 2014, a year-on-year decrease of 5.33%; The export of coated paper was 954800 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 6.87%

according to the Ministry of Commerce, company D of Australia has applied to the Australian anti dumping commission to initiate an anti-dumping and countervailing investigation on A4 and A3 photocopy paper products made in China. According to the statistics of Australian Customs, Australia imported $66.73 million of products involved from China in 2013. This product is mainly listed under 4802.56.10 (03, 09) and 4802.56.90 (19) in Australian Customs Tariff No. According to the Australian investigation procedure, the Australian anti dumping Commission will make a decision on whether to file a case before February 2, 2015. Enterprises involved in the case should make preparations for responding to the lawsuit

it has been less than one and a half years. The company applied for investigation on China's copy paper products for the second time. On October 10, 2013, the Australian anti dumping Commission issued an announcement and decided to conduct an anti-dumping investigation on China's copy paper products. The product involved in the case is described as white A3 and A4 copy paper with a weight of 70 to 100 grams, and its codes under the Australian customs tariff are 4802.56.10 and 4802.56.90. As of august7,2014, the Australian anti dumping Commission announced that it had decided to cancel the above anti-dumping investigation because the dumping margin of copy paper imported from China was small

coincidentally, on January 20, the US domestic industries represented by the United Steelworkers' Union (USW), domtarcorporation, finchpaperllc, atfeltercompany and packagingcorporationofmerica submitted applications to the US Department of Commerce and the International Trade Commission, It is required to launch anti-dumping and countervailing investigations against uncoatedpaper in China. The name of the investigated product is uncoated paper, which is mainly listed under items 4802.56 and 4802.57 (editor's note: it is mainly uncoated cultural paper) in the tariff code of the United States. The applicant accused the central and local government departments of providing 21 subsidies in 5 categories to the manufacturers of the above-mentioned products, and accused our products of dumping margins ranging from 264.27% to 271.88%

the U.S. applicant also requested to initiate anti-dumping investigations against uncoated paper from Brazil, Australia and Portugal, and double anti-dumping investigations against uncoated paper from Indonesia

as we all know, the United States has been imposing high dumping duties on coated cultural paper (mainly coated paper) from China and Indonesia for a long time. This is the first time to launch a double anti-dumping investigation on uncoated cultural paper, which also reflects what to do at present? The development dilemma of the cultural paper market in the United States and North America

On January 19, 2015, the International Trade Commission of Pakistan announced that the Pakistani court of appeal had remanded its decision on the anti-dumping case of single-sided coated paperboard originating in China, Indonesia, South Korea and Taiwan, China on July 25, 2014, Pakistan International Trade Commission of 1 ton or more requested the complainant to provide dumping information on the products involved from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014 and information on the damage to domestic industries from July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2014. However, the complainant failed to provide the necessary information and reiterated that the information in the original investigation should be used in the new investigation without changing the investigation period. After investigation, the International Trade Commission of Pakistan decided to terminate the anti-dumping measures against single-sided coated paperboard originating from China, Indonesia, South Korea and Taiwan, China

on June 26th, 2009, Pakistan initiated an anti-dumping investigation on the single-sided coated paperboard originating from China, Indonesia, South Korea and Taiwan, China; On January 11th, 2012, Pakistan made the final determination: the high court of Islamabad held that the number of members of the Pakistan Tariff Commission who signed the anti-dumping case against single-sided coated paperboard originating in China, Indonesia, South Korea and Taiwan, China in September, 2009 was not in line with the legal number (only two members signed the case filing notice instead of the required three members), and issued a ruling on May 23rd, 2011 to repeal the above case filing and its preliminary determination, Therefore, it is decided to re file an anti-dumping case against the single-sided coated paperboard originating from China, Indonesia, South Korea and Taiwan, China. On January 11, 2012, Pakistan initiated an anti-dumping investigation on the weight and service life of single-sided coated paperboard originating from China, Indonesia, South Korea and Taiwan, China; On December 27th, 2012, Pakistan made a final affirmative determination, and formally implemented the anti-dumping measures for 5 years from December 27th, 2012 for the single-sided coated paperboard originating in China, Indonesia, South Korea and Taiwan, China, which should not have wrinkles or excessive tension for 4 weeks

Russian publishers propose to impose import duties on foreign publications

on February 26, the Russian journal publishers association proposed to impose tariffs on imported foreign publications

according to the Russian Association of Periodical Publishers, the annual turnover of the Russian printing industry is about 200billion rubles, while the printed products imported from abroad are about 85billion rubles (1.4 billion US dollars)

Russia currently abides by the Florence agreement, according to which it should grant duty-free treatment to imported printing products and printing materials

the Russian Association of Periodical Publishers believes that it is reasonable to impose tariffs on printing materials imported from abroad, which will help to extricate Russia's only torrok printing ink factory from bankruptcy

relaxation of foreign investment access conditions

according to the data released by the National Bureau of statistics, foreign investment totaled 100.7 billion yuan in January, a year-on-year decrease of 2%. In order to improve the investment environment and adapt to the new situation of China's reform and development and economic globalization, the Ministry of Commerce issued the foreign investment law (Draft for comments) in January, and the national development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Commerce issued Order No. 22 on March 13. The full text of the catalogue for the guidance of foreign investment industries (revised in 2015) was published, which will come into force on April 10, 2015

the new catalogue further liberalizes the general manufacturing industry and cancels the requirements for the share ratio of papermaking and other industries. The relaxation of foreign capital access conditions is beneficial to China's paper industry. At present, the leading production enterprises of packaging base paper are mostly foreign-funded or joint ventures, and the export volume is increasing. The increase of foreign capital may bring back the dead for some enterprises that have difficulties in operation

Free Trade Zone negative list release? The printing manufacturing industry was fully liberalized. The Special Administrative Measures for foreign investment access in the pilot free trade zone (negative list) was released. The negative list is applicable to the four free trade zones of Shanghai, Guangdong, Fujian and Tianjin, and is divided into 15 categories, 50 items and 122 special administrative measures

on the eve of the listing of the second batch of free trade zones, the State Council Office presented the first big gift package: Special Administrative Measures for foreign investment access in the pilot free trade zone (negative list). This is also known as the 2015 negative list in the industry. According to the requirements of the notice of the State Council office, this negative list is applicable to the four major free trade zones of Shanghai, Guangdong, Fujian and Tianjin, and is the first negative list uniformly applicable to the national free trade zones

one of the highlights of the 2015 negative list is the statement about the opening of the manufacturing industry. Through comparison, it is found that the terms of the 2015 negative list in the manufacturing industry have been reduced from nearly 50 in the 2014 version to 17. Among them, the general manufacturing fields including printing, culture and education, industrial beauty, sports and cultural goods have been completely liberalized, but foreign investment in key manufacturing fields related to the national economy and the people's livelihood, such as aviation, shipping, communication equipment, mineral smelting, etc., has been limited

summary: after reading so many policies, one can not help feeling that it is important to develop and grow by relying on one's own strength, but it would be better if there were external forces to use. The development situation of the printing and packaging industry is becoming more and more serious, so it is necessary for the enterprise to repair both inside and outside. No matter what the situation and pressure is, it is always right to improve our own strength and product quality at any time. Of course, the overall environment still needs to be taken into account. Understanding the overall environment, finding gaps, making up for deficiencies, and taking practical and realistic countermeasures will also broaden the road

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