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An Overview of China's Printing Industry

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An Overview of China's Printing Industry Production Value Sets New Record China is one of the most dynamic print markets in the world. From 2001 to 2005, the Chinese printing industry grew at an average rate of 14.6%. The production value created by
      An Overview of China's Printing Industry    Production Value Sets New Record   China is one of the most dynamic print markets in the world. From 2001 to 2005, the Chinese printing industry grew at an average rate of 14.6%. The production value created by the printing industry in 2003 set a new high at just over 2% of China’s GNP. In 2005, the value of goods and services produced increased by 10.7% as compared to the previous year, totaling 310 billion Yuan (39.4 billion USD).   The gross product value of the Chinese print industry comes primarily from prepress, book publishing, newspaper publishing, packaging, and foreign-trade printing. The total usually excludes print equipment and paper products. Packaging printing ranks first, constituting about 35% of China’s total print gross product value; with book publishing second, adding up to one-fourth of the total; third is newspaper printing, accounting for 16%. These three sectors account for over 75% of the total.    Though foreign-trade printing experienced a 31.8% increase last year, packaging, book, and newspaper publishing were still the top three sectors in the Chinese print industry. Packaging printing has averaged an annual growth of 9.52% for the last 5 years, and its product value jumped from 75 billion Yuan RMB ($9.5 billion) in 2001 to 108 billion Yuan ($13.7 billion) in 2005. Book publishing ranks second. Its annual growth is 16.68%, and its product value rose from 37.7 billion RMB ($4.8 billion) in 2001 to 75 billion ($9.5 billion) in 2005.The product value of newspaper publishing went up to 50.5 billion in 2005 ($7.87 billion) from 32.8 billion ($4.16 billion) in 2001, averaging an increase of 11.4% over this period.    Printing Enterprises Kept Growing in Recent 3 Years    In 2003, the number of all printing enterprises in China totaled 92,389 (excluding 71,256 typing and copying companies), with 2,477 new printing enterprises. The number of persons employed in the trade reached 2,959,300, and its gross output value amounted to 185.44 billion RMB ($23.55 billion).    In 2004, there were 94,282 various printing enterprises in China, an increase of 1,893 compared to 2003, and a growth rate of 2.05%. Those newly established enterprises were, for the most part, private and foreign invested companies and the enterprise ownership mix did not change 
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