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The contribution of the paper industry to China's GDP cannot be ignored. The latest version of "based on China, green commitment" (pcwc) report of app (China) emphasizes the role of China's paper industry as a new source of economic growth during the 12th Five Year Plan (FYP) of the paper industry

after studying the 12th Five Year Plan, it is obvious that the contribution of the paper industry to China's GDP cannot be ignored

According to official data, China's paper industry produced nearly 600billion yuan (US $95billion) in 2010. The data increased by more than 25% over the previous year, indicating that the paper industry has become an important part of China's national economy

the paper industry is an indispensable part of the national economy and an economic stimulus to many upstream and downstream industries as well as the local economy. The paper industry is the core of a wide range of industrial supply chain, which has a far-reaching impact on forestry, agriculture, environmental protection, printing and publishing, chemical industry, machinery manufacturing, industrial automation, transportation and other related industries

for example, Hainan Jinhai Pulp and Paper Co., Ltd. is one of the largest enterprises in Hainan Yangpu Economic Development Zone. In 2011, 42% of Hainan's industrial output came from this economic development zone, and its area was less than 0.1% of Hainan Island

in addition, the impact of the paper industry on related industries can also be seen from its impact factor of 1.2151, which is significantly higher than the chemical industry or electronic communication industry, and the impact factors of these two industries are 1.1519 and 1.0968 respectively. 1

with the strong growth of the paper industry, the organic combination of Forest Pulp paper integration has created job opportunities at all levels and encouraged positive social development

to prove this, Mr. Xu Weidong, the former Secretary General of the forestry and paper branch of the China Forestry Industry Federation, said that the average 700 kiloton wood pulp line requires the supply of 3 million mu (200000 hectares) of artificial forest. Every 10000 mu (666.7 hectares) of plantation requires an average of 110 workers every year, and a total of 33000 workers are required to maintain normal operation. Another 10000 workers are needed for production. The production line will directly create about 43000 jobs

however, the industry is plagued by environmental problems, usually caused by the widespread use of outdated technologies and a lack of environmental awareness. However, the current report "based on China, green commitment" reveals that today's paper industry has been completely transformed. With the progress of technology, the improvement of domestic standards and the improvement of corporate social awareness, Chinese cylinder drives hanging blue to move up and down in hot and cold tanks. Modern paper enterprises have taken positive measures to modernize the industry by adopting renewable resources and cleaner production processes

this trend is reflected in China's 12th Five Year Plan, which points out that China's paper industry will develop into a technology intensive, energy-saving and environmental protection industry in the future. During the implementation of the 12th Five Year Plan, China's paper industry will further promote sustainable operation, strengthen global competitiveness, save resources and energy use, provide customers with the highest quality paper products, and make greater and greater contributions to the national economy

Sophyhuang, director of public relations of app (China), said: this reflects the current competitive situation of modern paper industry. Enterprises with high efficiency in energy conservation, resource management and environmental protection usually have great economic and social significance

the report confirmed that thanks to industry reform and the selection of the most load-bearing sensors, advanced technology, app (China) represents a Chinese industrial enterprise that has gained international fame

the latest "based on China, green commitment" report also points out that as an outstanding enterprise in the paper industry, app (China) has recently won many honors and commendations, including the grassroots NGO youth internship program, in which app won two media awards, and the joint funding project for Gansu schools with the Huang Yichong charity foundation

about the report "based on China, green commitment" (pcwc)

in August 2011, app (China) released an upgraded version of "based on China, green commitment". Based on the version released in 2008, the updated report further emphasizes the sustainable practice and future goals of the company, and calls on the whole pulp and paper industry to work together to establish a sustainable industry. The new version covers three key areas of app (China), including the inspection and commissioning exhibition of tensile testing machine, cleaner production and enterprise society

about app (China)

in October 1994, Asia Pulp and Paper Group (APP) was incorporated in Singapore. The company is the world's leading pulp and paper company and one of the largest vertically integrated pulp and paper manufacturers in Asia. App has invested in China since the early 1990s. The company has more than 20 pulp and paper mills in the form of subsidiaries or joint ventures, with a total area of more than 300000 hectares of plantations. In 2010, app (China) had 38900 employees and a total annual production capacity of 8million tons. By the end of 2010, app (China) had invested 5.5 billion yuan (US $869 million) in environmental protection facilities and 600million yuan (US $92.3 million) in various charities and community development projects nationwide

impact factor refers to the relevant impact of an increase of one unit of finished products in a product department of the national economy on the demand of students in other departments of the national economy to ensure the quality of extruded products. The greater the impact factor, the greater the impact of the industry on other industries

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