Guangxi faces the ASEAN market to build a stationery production and trading chain
Recently, a set of statistical data on 'China-ASEAN Free Trade Zone valued at hundreds of millions of dollars and growing rapidly at a rate of 25% per year' has attracted the attention of the public, and these data are derived from people's daily diaries, For stationery of water-based pens, Guangxi is poised to build a complete and intersecting stationery production and trading chain in order to face the ASEAN market. MicrosoftInternetExplorer402DocumentNotSpecified7.8 lbsNormal0 Recently, a set of statistical data in the China-ASEAN Free Trade Zone worth hundreds of millions of dollars and growing rapidly at a rate of 25% per year has attracted the attention of the public, and these data are derived from people's daily use. For the stationery of diary and water-based pens, Guangxi is poised to build a complete and cross-cutting stationery production and trading chain for the ASEAN market. According to statistics, during the Tenth Five-Year Plan, China's stationery industry has grown at an average annual rate of over 36%. In 2005, the total stationery market in Southwest China was 5 billion yuan, Guangxi’s stationery market share was 1.5 billion yuan, and the total annual stationery market in the 10 ASEAN countries was more than 1 billion U.S. dollars, of which the total annual purchase of stationery from China was 500 million U.S. dollars. Above, and the rapid growth rate of about 25% per year. In this context, another noteworthy point is that with the rise of resource costs such as industrial upgrading and depletion of resources, some labor-intensive companies in eastern China that started with low labor are implementing industrial transfers, and the state has introduced them in recent years. Preferential policies such as the large-scale development of the western region of China have become the vane, which has caused many eastern enterprises to move to the western region one after another. Located at the junction of western and eastern China, Guangxi can not only enjoy the coastal opening policy, but also other preferential policies such as the development of the western region. The cascading preferential policies will bring multiple benefits; in addition, with the China-ASEAN Expo With the continuous success of the event, Guangxi’s role in undertaking the political, economic, cultural, and tourism exchanges between China and ASEAN has been increasing. Zhang Zhendong, director of Guangxi Investment Promotion Bureau, said that Guangxi will actively undertake the transfer of advantageous industries at home and abroad, and serve as a bridgehead for the ASEAN market. In addition to the construction of the Guangxi Stationery City, in the future, the China-ASEAN Stationery Technology Industrial Park will be specially planned to extend the industrial chain and realize industrial clustering. Bai Yongming, secretary-general of the Asia-Pacific Stationery Association Alliance, believes that the stationery industry in Thailand and Malaysia is currently relatively developed, while the Chinese stationery industry is seeking overseas development. Therefore, it is necessary to build a special trading place in the China-ASEAN Free Trade Zone. It is undoubtedly a wise choice to build a stationery city in ASEAN. In addition, he suggested that relevant operators should not hollow out the operation of the stationery city, and should introduce high-quality and high-quality stationery manufacturers and wholesalers, and the government should give preferential policies such as taxation and visas. It is understood that the Asia-Pacific Stationery Association Alliance was jointly initiated by nine social teams including Malaysia Klang Valley Stationery and Book Industry Association and Ningbo Stationery Industry Association. Its purpose is to improve the overall level of the stationery industry in the Asia-Pacific region and strengthen cooperation and exchanges among stationery companies in the Asia-Pacific region. , Is a non-profit, unofficial, non-close organization formed by countries and regional stationery-related associations in the Asia-Pacific region.