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The Chinese stationery and stationery industry has gradually transformed from "made in China" to "created in China"

2020-01-17 source:ISO

By the end of 2018, there were 2,538 enterprises with an annual revenue of more than 20 million yuan in the whole industry, and the revenue from their main businesses reached 316.977 billion yuan, 91 times the total industrial output value of 3.483 billion yuan in 1990. The total realized profit was 21.53 billion yuan, 109 times the total realized profit in 1990 (197 million yuan). In the past decade, the development of the industry has further accelerated, with the average annual growth rate of main business income being 12.28%. The average annual growth rate of total realized profits is 18.55%; Total realized profit was 6.27 percentage points higher than the growth rate of main business revenue. In 2018, China's stationery and sports products industry achieved an export value of $42.664 billion, 107 times that of 1990. Export tax number 112, exported to 228 countries and regions. Culture and education sports goods industry into the light industry export top five.

These data fully show that over the past three decades, the stationery and sports products industry has achieved sustained, steady and rapid growth, and created the fastest growth rate in the history of the stationery and sports products industry.


According to the data provided by the national bureau of statistics. By the end of the first nine months of 2019, there were 1,023 enterprises in the cultural and educational office supplies industry, accounting for 47.8% of the total business revenue of 113.141 billion yuan, an increase of 6.20% over the same period last year, or 0.26 percentage point faster. The total profit reached 7.057 billion yuan, accounting for 46% of the stationery and sporting goods industry, up 20.61% from the same period last year, an increase of 2.66 percentage points; The total export of stationery and educational office supplies reached 21.147 billion us dollars, accounting for 64.25% of the total export of stationery and educational office supplies, up by 1.75% year on year, and the growth rate was 0.65 percentage point lower than the same period last year. It is foreseeable that China's stationery industry will continue to develop steadily and healthily