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It is the general trend for Chinese printing enterprises to move towards the international market (Part 1)

after joining the world trade organization, China has an increasingly obvious advantage in undertaking the industrial gradient transfer of developed countries and regions in the international industrial structure adjustment. Over the past decade, many printing enterprises in Hong Kong and Taiwan have moved their bases to Guangdong, Shenzhen and the southeast coast. In addition, they have invested in Beijing and established printing enterprises. In the future, the trend of printing "processing with supplied materials" will further develop, which will become a new economic growth point of China's printing exports

In the early 1990s, Shenzhen and the Pearl River Delta began to cooperate with the printing industry in Hong Kong by virtue of their geographical advantages. Domestic enterprises earn processing fees, which is the first step taken by domestic printing enterprises. It is reported that Hangzhou has established an Asian packaging center, which has become a comprehensive functional industrial zone authorized by the World Packaging Organization in China. In order to provide printing enterprises with a more transparent and faster export environment, the Ministry of foreign trade and economic cooperation has reduced the minimum registered capital requirement for wholly-owned Chinese enterprises to obtain the right to operate foreign trade to 3million yuan since 2003. At the same time, some foreign publishing houses are gradually increasing their purchasing efforts in the mainland, and there are various signs that Chinese printing has entered the world division of labor system. The internationalization of China's printing industry has become an unavoidable problem for domestic printing enterprises to seek renewal and development

look at the export of Hong Kong's printing industry

the quality of Hong Kong's printing business can be comparable to that of the United States, Germany and other countries. At the same time, Hong Kong's advanced telecommunications network is a strong backing for the development of the printing industry. In a publishing industry that pays great attention to timeliness, information networking is a huge advantage. Hong Kong publishers can quickly obtain information from all over the world. In addition, Hong Kong has a high degree of freedom, which has attracted many international publishers. In order to reduce production costs, especially post press service costs, almost all large printing enterprises in Hong Kong and some medium-sized enterprises have established production bases in Chinese Mainland. In June, 2003, the mainland and Hong Kong announced the mainland Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA). According to CEPA's rules of origin, some printed materials in Hong Kong will enjoy duty-free access to the market of Chinese Mainland from January 1, 2004, while similar printed materials not produced in Hong Kong will be subject to a 7.% Tariffs

in order to develop business networks, seek market opportunities and enhance the company's image overseas, Hong Kong manufacturers and dealers will participate in some influential trade fairs and research groups organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (hkdc), such as the Tokyo International Book Fair, the Beijing International Book Fair, the Hong Kong Book fair, etc

Hong Kong is a world-famous printing center. Many international newspapers, magazines and periodicals are printed in Hong Kong. The Hong Kong printing industry is famous for its high quality, fast speed, low price and strong ability to accept urgent tasks. In Hong Kong, 60% - 70% of the printing export orders are directly from overseas. About 15% of them are from major international publishers in Hong Kong, including Oxford University Press, Longman and Macmillan press. Other overseas customers include Denis, geese, reader's Digest, etc. The export businesses in Hong Kong are mainly large printing enterprises and dealers, who have established stable business relations with overseas customers. In order to obtain overseas business, large printing enterprises have established their own branches overseas

the total export volume of printed matter in Hong Kong has maintained a strong momentum, especially in recent years, the re export through Chinese Mainland has developed rapidly. In June 2003, the re export of printed matter increased by 18%, of which 92% came from the mainland. The United States once became the largest market for printed matter in Hong Kong. In recent years, the demand of the United States market has weakened, and the export volume of Japan has increased. Such new materials were exhibited at the "World Exhibition of high functional materials 2016" held in Tokyo on April 6. From the perspective of Chinese Mainland, printing exports

enterprises in mainland China are moving towards internationalization. The Ministry of industry and information technology has organized the investigation of the basic situation of China's lithium battery industry. At present, it is only the first few steps. The equipment owned by mainland printing enterprises is close to the world level, the technical capacity is improving, the products have certain competitiveness, and the labor cost is relatively low. Chinese printing enterprises have obvious comparative advantages

from the late 1980s to the early 1990s, some Hong Kong enterprises took a fancy to Shenzhen, which implemented the special economic zone policy, and began to take part of the printing business to Shenzhen. The local labor cost was low, and the local government provided tax and other preferential policies. Their northward migration achieved great success. According to the statistics of Hong Kong, the number of printing companies in Hong Kong was about 4300 in 2000 and decreased to 3300 in 2002. In two years, 1000 companies stopped, and then tested the 200mm experimental materials with different processing deformation, which can eliminate the impact of Hong Kong's local economic form and the reasons for the adverse business conditions of enterprises themselves, but the northward migration phenomenon can not be said to be an important factor. The ten largest listed printing companies in Hong Kong have shifted their production positions or put their main production capacity in the mainland. The northward migration of Hong Kong enterprises is one of the main ways to drive the export of printed products from the mainland

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