Analysis on the latest situation of Indian paper i

2022-08-08
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The latest overview analysis of Indian paper industry

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core tip: Indian paper industry has always been an important part of the global paper industry. With the continuous improvement of India's economic level, India's huge population base and growing urbanization process have made India's paper industry a competitive market in the world. In the past two years, the Indian paper industry has continued to maintain a good momentum of development. At present, the output of paper and paperboard accounts for 3% of the total output of paper and paperboard in the world, with a total turnover of 500 billion rupees. In the past two years, the annual growth rate of India's paper industry has been remarkable, but according to the data released by relevant parties in India, the growth rate in the past two years has not yet reached the expected level

[China Packaging News] India's paper industry has always been an important part of the global paper industry. With the continuous improvement of India's economic level, India's originally huge population base and growing urbanization process have made India's paper industry a competitive market in the world. In the past two years, the Indian paper industry has continued to maintain a good momentum of development. At present, the output of paper and paperboard accounts for 3% of the total output of paper and paperboard in the world, with a total turnover of 500 billion rupees. In the past two years, the annual growth rate of India's paper industry has been remarkable, but according to the data released by relevant parties in India, the growth rate in the past two years has not yet reached the expected level

according to relevant statistics, from 2011 to 2015, the annual growth rate of India's paper demand was 8%, and the average annual growth rate of paper and paperboard production was 13.3%. According to statistics, at present, the paper consumption in India's domestic paper market is about 17.42 million tons, of which more than 2million tons are imported; The total production of paper and paperboard in India is 16.63 million tons. From the statistical data of consumption and production, at present, the growth rate of consumption still exceeds the growth rate of production in India's paper industry, which is in short supply. It is predicted that the consumption of Indian paper industry will increase to 23.5 million tons in 2025. It is said that if it is optimistic, the consumption will even increase to 36.9 million tons

2017 can be said to be the year when India's economy is facing the most severe crisis in the past decade. Just one kind of graphene will decompose automatically under high temperature. A year ago, India was also regarded as a bright spot against the backdrop of the global economic gloom. In 2016, it surpassed China to become the world's fastest-growing major economy. Cutting, shearing, compression resistance, Brinell hardness, wood hardness, bending resistance, modulus of elasticity, and rounds per cm of wood can be completed. However, with the decline of economic growth and the accumulation of various domestic risks, the Indian economy is no longer prosperous in 2017. In 2017, the banknote scrapping order and the reform of the goods and services tax (GST tax reform) have caused severe fluctuations in India's macro-economy. Although these two policies may produce long-term benefits, they have brought serious challenges to the economic operation in the short term. In addition, in this year, there was no breakthrough in structural problems that have long restricted India's economy, such as land acquisition, labor, administrative licensing, etc., making India's economic transformation weak and still trapped in long-standing problems such as "weak employment creation", "poor inflation resistance", "non-performing assets". The rising unemployment rate and informal sector employment, which accounts for 90% of total employment, pose a huge constraint on India's economic growth potential. The difficulties of the Indian economy in 2017 also had a slight impact on the Indian paper industry. Although the growth rate of the Indian paper industry has developed, the development level is lower than expected

it is estimated that in 2018, India's economy will recover from the level of 2017. Driven by the steady improvement of consumption level and India's domestic public investment, the economic development in 2018 will be better than 201, and the performance will be between plastic and rubber for seven years. The sound development of the economy will definitely drive the development of India's paper industry

although the economic development level of India is lower than expected in the past two years, the development of Indian paper industry is still a faster country in the world. The output of Indian paper and paperboard can shorten the gap with the cost price of polystyrene system (exs, XPS) and the consumption continues to grow. The scale of Indian paper enterprises is also expanding. Compared with the ranking of Indian paper enterprises two years ago, some enterprises have changed greatly, which also reflects the great differences in the development of Indian paper enterprises in the past two years

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