【Student Stationery Wholesale Market】Made in China, Breakthrough in China
From the second half of 2008 to the first half of 2009, my country's export situation was severe due to the huge impact of the global financial crisis, with a sharp decline year-on-year. As the main export force, the toy industry is facing quite a few problems. From January to June this year, national toy exports totaled US$7.772 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 19.68%. The United States and the European Union, which are the largest export markets for toys, play a role in importing our country... From the second half of 2008 to the first half of 2009, my country’s export situation was severe and fell sharply year-on-year due to the huge impact of the global financial crisis. As the main export force, the toy industry is facing quite a few problems. From January to June this year, national toy exports totaled US$7.772 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 19.68%. As the largest export markets for toys, the United States and the European Union have greatly upgraded their technical barriers to importing Chinese toys: the United States began to implement the 'Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act' in November 2008, and the 'U.S. Toy Safety Certification Program' was implemented in July 2009. , The European Union issued the 'Toy Safety Directive Proposal' in December 2008, the student stationery wholesale market, which requires that the import of Chinese toys needs to be certified by the global safety agency, which has added tremendous pressure to toy exports. The international financial crisis and the consequent rise in unemployment have further restrained overseas consumers' willingness to buy toys. However, while overseas market demand is weak and costs are rising, although China's overall economic growth has slowed down, residents' consumer demand remains strong. Just take the 11th Golden Week just past as an example, the consumer goods market in the wholesale market for student stationery is prosperous, and sales have grown substantially. With the theme of expanding consumption and innovative life, various regions have carefully organized various types of trade fairs, shopping festivals and special sales events. In just eight days of the holiday, the country’s retail sales of consumer goods reached approximately 570 billion yuan, and the average daily retail sales increased by about 18% over the Golden Week of last November. Among them, gifts, toys, clothing and daily necessities have become the core of consumption. With various measures to stimulate domestic demand in place, China's economic development in the future has become optimistic. The gift and toy industry, which has been hit hard by the financial crisis, is also recovering, and is actively seeking to attack and break through the vast domestic market. In the context of economic crisis, suppliers are more eager to communicate face-to-face with customers to increase exposure. The Baby and Children’s Product Purchasing Fair, Gifts and Premium Purchasing Fair and Fashion Accessories Purchasing Fair hosted by Global Sources. The 2010 Shanghai Exhibition Student Stationery Wholesale Market (January 13-15, 2010) is exclusively for Chinese toys, Gifts and fashion accessories exporters are established to expand their domestic business, providing an excellent trading platform for buyers and sellers. With 38 years of successful experience in promoting global trade, Global Sources is well-known in the industry for recruiting a large number of Chinese suppliers, and a strong lineup of exhibits provides buyers with a one-stop purchasing platform. The exhibition is an excellent opportunity to get in touch with high-quality suppliers and high-quality products. The student stationery wholesale market attracts internationally renowned buyers such as Carrefour, Auchan, Spanish Department Store, Hong Kong Li u0026 Fung, and Australia Coles Group to come and purchase regularly every year. Domestic buyers will also have the opportunity to actively interact with these international counterparts.