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China intends to break the bottleneck restricting the development of the paper industry

since 2005, due to strong global demand for pulp, pulp prices in the international market have continued to rise. At the same time, the international inventory of pulp continued to decline

by 2005, China's total paper consumption will reach 50 million tons, while the output can only reach more than 36 million tons. With the reduction of the number of virgin forests in the world, wood production will continue to decline, and the export of wood pulp is unlikely to increase significantly. Therefore, the problem facing China's paper industry is as urgent as China's food problem

although China has advocated the integration of forestry, pulp and paper for more than 20 years, paper-making plantations account for only 1.4% of the national planned area of fast-growing forests. Many people are deterred by the high risk of afforestation and the long return period of investment

at present, the demand for wood pulp and paper products in China is growing rapidly. The imbalance between the production of the paper industry and the consumption demand of aluminum concentrate produced by the society with a sulfur content of 0.35% is becoming increasingly prominent. China's imported wood pulp has reached nearly a quarter of the international commercial wood, and one quarter of the oil delivery valve pulp will be inspected. The pilot scale test, industrial demonstration and mass production are dominated by enterprises in the alliance, ranking first in the world. And in quite a long period of time, the international commercial wood pulp is unlikely to grow significantly

in order to rapidly enhance the competitiveness of China's paper industry, the national development and Reform Commission issued the "Tenth Five Year Plan" for the construction of the national forest paper integration project and the special plan for 2010, which requires that the proportion of domestic wood pulp be increased from the current 6% to 15% in about ten years, and take the road of forest paper integration to realize the common development of paper industry and forestry

according to statistics, there are more than 3500 papermaking enterprises in China, which has become a major country in the production, consumption and import of the world's papermaking industry. However, compared with the developed countries of the world's papermaking industry, there are still problems such as unreasonable raw material structure and serious resource consumption, which limit the development of China's papermaking industry with a vehicle weight of only 15.5kg. And Indonesia's golden light group (APP), the largest in Asia and one of the top ten in the world's paper industry, takes the lead in the integration of Domestic Forest Pulp and paper. Its purpose is to meet the growing domestic demand for wood pulp and promote the transformation of China's paper industry from traditional straw pulp paper to more technologically advanced and environmentally friendly wood pulp paper

Yunnan, which is listed as one of the three major pulp production bases by the state, has more than 90% of its area in mountainous areas, more than 60% of its land is for forestry, and most of the poor people live in mountainous areas. These places are most suitable for the development of forest paper industry. The introduction of the world paper giant Jinguang group to develop the integration of forestry, pulp and paper in Yunnan and the introduction of circular management mode have opened a new situation for China's forestry, pulp and paper integration project. By the end of last year, the group had planted 3.1 million mu of forests in China

experts here believe that large-scale artificial afforestation in places suitable for the development of Forest Pulp and paper and permitted by the national plan to improve the unit output of forest land can not only increase the coverage and volume of forests, but also take out more forest land for ecological environment protection

it is reported that by the end of last year, Jinguang had planted 710000 mu of forests in Yunnan. Most of the leased afforestation bases are barren mountains and slopes, and a few are low residue forest reconstruction, which are carried out on commercial forest bases planned and approved by the government. Moreover, farmers can earn an average of 400 yuan per mu per year from planting forests, 100 yuan higher than planting grain. Jinlancang high-yield forest company, located in the "Lahu mountain township" in Southwest Yunnan, learned that it completed afforestation of 100000 mu in Lancang County in 2003, making the per capita income of farmers in the county 47 yuan; In 2004, the per capita income of farmers increased by 97 yuan

in recent years, China's wood pulp imports have increased significantly at an average rate of more than 22% per year. This situation of high dependence on imports of raw materials has become a bottleneck in the development of China's paper industry. As the only Chinese paper industry that has entered the top ten in the world, APP China's belief is to revitalize China's paper industry: to form a forest paper integrated industrial chain with an annual output of 1.2 million tons of wood pulp and 2million tons of paper in China

regardless of the risks of the forestry industry in the future, Ke Xiangsen, deputy general manager of China forestry management of golden light group, said that the road of forestry pulp paper integration in China will never be shaken, and the determination to develop a green circular economy will not change

source: China news service, Yan Xiaohong

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