Dashiqiao Hongkai Refractories Co., Ltd.
Contact number: +86-13841720502
Zip code: 115100
Site: Nanlou Economic Development Zone, Dashiqiao City, Liaoning Province
Office Address: Building No. 5, Fenghua Yihe Village, Dashiqiao City, 105
Export Growth Mode of Reburned Magnesia Products to Promote Enterprises to Improve Independent Innovation Ability
In 2006, the Ministry of Commerce vigorously implemented the project of invigorating trade by science and technology, jointly with relevant departments, assessed the first batch of 18 export innovation bases for invigorating trade by science and technology, covering eight industrial categories such as electronic information, biomedicine, aerospace and new materials; encouraged independent innovation, introduced digestion, absorption and re-innovation, accelerated the restructuring of export products, and supported more than 1,000 R&D and technological transformation projects, which brought about obvious results. Economic and social benefits. The State Council transmitted the Commerce Ministry's Opinions on Speeding up the Change of Export Growth Mode of Mechanical and Electrical Products during the Eleventh Five-Year Plan period, and put forward specific policies and measures in terms of independent innovation, export brand strategy, production system construction, export structure adjustment and product quality improvement. In 2006, the export of mechanical and electrical products and high-tech products increased by 28.8% and 29.0% respectively, accounting for 56.7% and 29% of the total export in the same period. The export of aircraft, ships, railway locomotives, automobiles, CNC machine tools, Ethernet network switches, mobile communication stations, plasma color TV and other products increased considerably.
II. Optimizing the Structure of Traditional Export Commodities and Improving the Quality and Benefit of Export
(1) Expanding the export of superior agricultural products. In 2006, the Ministry of Commerce promulgated the Eleventh Five-Year Development Plan for Agricultural Products Export, putting forward the objectives and policy measures for agricultural products export. Through policy guidance and promotion, the Ministry of Commerce, together with relevant departments, supported more than 600 agricultural export enterprises to insure export credit insurance, supported more than 500 agricultural products projects to improve the level of export quality and safety, and promoted the export of superior agricultural products such as horticulture, aquatic and marine industries. Improve the level of deep processing and added value. The export of agricultural products reached 31 billion US dollars in the whole year, an increase of 14.1% over the same period last year, which expanded rural employment and promoted the increase of farmers'income and the construction of a new socialist countryside. In 2006, the export of horticulture and aquatic products increased by 23.7% and 17.4% respectively, the proportion of deeply processed agricultural products increased to 48.3%, and the export price index of agricultural products increased by 4.9 percentage points.
(2) Continue to restrict the export of "two high and one capital" products. In 2006, the Ministry of Commerce coordinated with relevant departments to adjust export rebate rates and processing trade policies, and continued to control the export of high pollution, high energy consumption and resource-based commodities. Over the year, the export volume of crude oil, refined oil and aluminium ingots decreased by 21.4%, 11.8% and 8.1% respectively, while prices rose by 29.2%, 24.7% and 29.9% respectively, while the export volume of coal decreased by 11.7%. In the first 11 months of 2006, the total exports of light and heavy burned magnesia, fluorite, bauxite and other commodities fell by 8.6% and their prices rose by 4.3%. The total exports of tungsten, antimony, tin and other commodities fell by 10.4% and their prices rose by 30%.
(3) Maintaining stable export of textile products. In 2006, the Ministry of Commerce actively implemented the Sino-US and China-EU textile agreements, strengthened monitoring and analysis, improved management tools, reduced the cost of winning the bid, and greatly increased the utilization rate. In the whole year, textile and apparel exports reached 144 billion US dollars, an increase of 25.2% year on year, an increase of 4.3 percentage points over last year; major light industrial products continued to grow steadily, including footwear exports of 21.8 billion US dollars, an increase of 14.5%, furniture exports of 17.1 billion US dollars, an increase of 26.9%.
3. Actively Expanding Imports and Promoting Trade Balance
In 2006, the Ministry of Commerce actively promoted industrial restructuring and upgrading; revised the Measures for Import Management of Mechanical and Electrical Products and Implementing Measures for Import Management of Key Old Mechanical and Electrical Products; and actively studied measures and suggestions for expanding imports of advanced technology and equipment to promote balanced development of trade. The Ministry of Commerce has also actively encouraged enterprises to expand imports of mechanical and electrical products and agricultural and mineral products, which has played a positive role in alleviating trade imbalances and improving bilateral economic and trade relations. In 2006, China's total imports amounted to $791.6 billion, an increase of 20% over the previous year. The imports from countries/regions other than the United States, the European Union, ASEAN and the 10 major economies increased by 21.8%, 22.7%, 19.4% and 28.9% respectively. The trade surplus increased by 74.0% over the previous year, which was much lower than the growth rate of the previous year, alleviating the pressure of trade balance and effectively improving international economic and trade relations.
IV. Implementing Brand Strategy Vigorously and Encouraging the Export of Independent Brand Goods
In 2006, the Ministry of Commerce, in conjunction with relevant departments, put forward relevant measures to support Chinese enterprises in developing their own brands and improving their international competitiveness. Gradually expanding the brand exhibition area of the Canton Fair, China Famous Brand Export Commodity Exhibition was successfully held in the United States and the United Kingdom, which supported independent brands to develop domestic and foreign markets and effectively coordinated the implementation of brand strategy.