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From 1996 to 1999, Jiangsu's paper industry achieved rapid development, and the objectives of the ninth five year plan have been achieved ahead of schedule

the specific performance is as follows: structural adjustment has achieved initial results; The scale of enterprises is becoming more and more reasonable; The actual output ranks in the forefront; The technical equipment has reached the world level; Continuous optimization of product varieties; The product quality reaches the first-class level; The structure of raw materials was significantly improved; Outstanding achievements have been made in pollution control. Jiangsu is a major economic province and is located in the economically developed Yangtze River Delta. According to the data environment of China Automobile Association, Jiangsu has a unique geographical advantage and a superior investment environment. Foreign investors have invested and built factories in southern Jiangsu, and 18 joint-venture and wholly-owned enterprises in papermaking, paper products and dehydration equipment - paper woven fabrics have been completed and put into operation

by the end of 2000, Jiangsu will have a production capacity of more than 1.85 million tons. Foreign funded paper-making enterprises have sprung up like mushrooms, bringing vigorous vitality to Jiangsu paper-making industry. Jiangsu, as a strong province in China's paper industry, has initially taken shape, which has also fundamentally changed the structure of paper enterprises

from the perspective of the foreign-funded paper-making enterprises that have been put into operation at present, one with an annual output of 700000 tons (Jindong), one with an annual output of 350000 tons (Asia Pacific), one with an annual output of 200000 tons (jinhuasheng), two with an annual output of 120000 tons (Zixing and jinhongye), four with an annual output of more than 50000 tons (70000 tons of Jinhe pulp paper, 65000 tons of Dadong pulp paper, more than 50000 tons of Yongfeng pulp paper and 50000 tons of Yongxin pulp paper) are all domestic paper enterprises. From the perspective of domestic funded paper-making enterprises, in 1998, there were 59 paper-making enterprises registered in Jiangsu light industry system, and all small paper-making enterprises with an annual output of less than 5000 tons were shut down. There were 45 paper-making enterprises with an annual output of more than 10000 tons, accounting for 72.3%, of which 20 were 10000 tons to 17000 tons, accounting for 34% of the total number of enterprises; 1.. 18 enterprises with 40000 tons, accounting for 30.5% of the total number of enterprises; 7 enterprises with more than 34000 tons, accounting for 11.9% of the total. Therefore, the scale of Jiangsu paper industry is becoming more and more reasonable through structural adjustment, especially after the establishment of foreign-funded factories. According to statistics, the total output of machine-made paper and paperboard in Jiangsu Province was 1.27 million tons in 1998, estimated at 2million tons in 1999, and expected to reach 2.5 million tons in 2000. It jumped from the sixth place in China in 1996 to the top three now

the technical equipment of the foreign-funded paper industry is basically the world's advanced level at the end of the 20th century. In particular, the paper machines are introduced in a full set. The widest paper machine is 9.77 meters, the highest speed is 2200 meters/min, and the maximum annual output of a single machine is 350000 tons. The common feature of foreign-funded paper production varieties is that the products are of high grade, mostly high-grade art copper. Our city has more than 5100 steel trade distribution agents across the country, such as master paper, high-grade coated white board, high-grade cultural printing paper, MCR paper, high-grade life series paper, etc., all of which are products whose good machine performance and efficiency have been officially developed since 2008. They are one of the major factors affecting prices. The market is in short supply and used to rely on imports

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