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    2016-11
    The development environment facing the printing and dyeing industry is still not optimistic
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    In the second half of 2016, the development environment facing the printing and dyeing industry is still not optimistic. The multiple factors such as increased environmental protection pressure, increased labor costs, intensified enterprise competition and slowing market demand have forced printing and dyeing enterprises to accelerate transformation and upgrading. Under such a background, printing and dyeing enterprises will adopt new technologies of digitalization, automation and intelligence to produce differentiated and high value-added new products through the research and development of new technologies for energy conservation and emission reduction, and implement a new model of management innovation and production, and become more environmentally friendly. Efficient and sustainable development.
     
    From January to May 2016, the export volume of eight major categories of printing and dyeing was 8.654 billion meters, an increase of 8.61% year-on-year. The growth rate was 6.63 percentage points higher than that of the same period of 2015; the export value was 9.520 billion US dollars, down 0.1% year-on-year, and the growth rate dropped compared with the same period of 2015. 0.77 percentage points; the average export price was 1.10 US dollars / m, a year-on-year decrease of 8.01%, the growth rate dropped by 6.72 percentage points compared with the same period of 2015, at the lowest point in recent years.
     
    Among the eight categories of printing and dyeing, the export quantity and amount of cotton-blend printed fabrics increased by 161.66% and 117.32% respectively, but the average unit price of exports decreased by 16.95% year-on-year. Although these products accounted for a relatively small proportion, the export growth in recent years was relatively fast. The export volume and amount of synthetic filament fabrics, which accounted for 57.1%, increased by 14.06% and 3.83% respectively. Except for the small increase in the average export unit price of T/C printing and dyeing fabrics, the average export unit price of other types of products decreased to different degrees year-on-year. The average unit price of cotton-blend printed fabrics and cotton printed fabrics decreased significantly.
     
    The top ten export markets of the eight major categories of printing and dyeing totaled 3.638 billion meters, accounting for 42.04% of the total export volume; the total export value was 4.446 billion US dollars, accounting for 46.7% of the total export value. Vietnam remains the largest export market, followed by Bangladesh, Indonesia, Pakistan, Benin, United Arab Emirates, Nigeria, Togo, India and Brazil. The unit price for export to Vietnam is US$1.94/m, which is much higher than the average unit price of exports and higher than the average unit price of imports. The unit prices of exports to Benin, Nigeria, Togo, India and Brazil are all lower than US$1/m.
     
    The Japanese economy continued to recover slowly, import demand was weak, and import growth slowed down. Although the US economy is recovering, its growth rate is slow. The eight major categories of printing and dyeing have reduced their export volume and export value to the United States and Japan. The eight major categories of printing and dyeing exports to the EU and Hong Kong increased year-on-year. The export volume increased by 13.23% and 3.21% respectively, and the export value increased by 7.4% and 0.21% respectively. The average unit price of exports to traditional export markets declined year-on-year, especially in the US market, which fell by 10.85%. In recent years, the proportion of printing and dyeing fabric exports to the EU market in total exports has increased year by year; the proportion of exports to the United States and Japan has remained basically stable; the proportion of exports to Hong Kong has declined year by year.
     
    From January to May 2016, the export value to ASEAN was 2.924 billion US dollars, a year-on-year increase of 3.54%, and the growth rate decreased by 15.39 percentage points compared with the same period of 2015. After the stagnation period of 2015 in Russia, the economy has picked up. The export volume to Russia was 171 million meters, an increase of 5.9% year-on-year. The growth rate was 23.11 percentage points higher than the same period of the previous year; the export value was 170 million US dollars, down 5.44% year-on-year, and the growth rate was 20.1 percentage points higher than the same period of the previous year. Exports to India continued to grow, with exports and amounts increasing by 49.86% and 34.65%, respectively. Since 2012, the proportion of exports to ASEAN and India in the total export volume has been increasing year by year, and the proportion of exports to the Russian market has been declining year by year.
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