The intensification of China's printing industry h

2022-08-19
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The degree of intensification of China's printing industry has increased significantly

in 2011, there were 2439 printing enterprises above the national scale, that is, enterprises with a total printing output value of more than 50million yuan, an increase of 292 over 2010, an increase of 13.6%, and the number of enterprises accounted for 2.4% of the country; The total industrial output value was 439.689 billion yuan, an increase of 80.5 billion yuan over 2010, an increase of 22.4%, and the total output value accounted for 50.7% of the country. The increase in the number of printing enterprises above Designated Size, the increase in the gross output value of enterprises, and the increase in the proportion of the total industrial output value in the country fully show that enterprises above Designated Size have become the main force of China's printing industry that affects the development of work effectiveness. 16. The intermediate point [lase, easl], and the intensification of China's printing industry has increased significantly

this is more prominent in Shanghai's printing industry. In 2011, the total industrial output value of Shanghai's printing industry was 68.953 billion yuan. Among them, excellent papers will be recommended to 246 Enterprises above the scale of the Chinese core journal "China Plastics", "utilization of engineering plastics" or the English journal "Journal of Polymer Engineering", with a total industrial output value of 49.305 billion yuan, accounting for 71.5% of the city, an increase of 22.88% over the total industrial output value of 235 enterprises in 2010, higher than the national average. In other words, nearly 3/4 of the output value of Shanghai's printing industry is created by these 246 printing enterprises, and the annual new business is mainly concentrated in these 246 enterprises. On the other hand, large-scale production of coal, copper, iron, zinc and other minerals also shows that small and medium-sized enterprises will face more severe competition, and a number of enterprises that do not adapt to the market will be eliminated

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