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when plastic products make people's lives around the world more convenient, it means that we can't live without plastic products, but the toxicity of plastic products has also been controversial in recent years, which is a common international practice. If we want to find materials to replace plastic products, we believe it will be a difficult task in many years to complete in the future, Therefore, efforts to improve plastic products have constituted the shortcomings of a certain production range, and the correct and scientific use of plastic products is the king

at present, the development trend of domestic plastic products industry is roughly divided into three steps: agricultural plastics (including agricultural mulching film, water saving and geosynthetics) occupy the most important position in various sub products; Packaging materials and plastic building materials have become a rapidly growing field; The production of conventional products such as pipes, profiles and films will gradually develop in the direction of scale; At the same time, high-tech and high value-added engineering plastic products and composite materials continue to expand with the consumption upgrading of downstream industries; At present, China is in the transition period from the second stage to the third stage

multiple factors such as fierce competition of traditional products are forcing China's plastic products industry to enter the high-end field. Some enterprises with their own characteristics in the industry will continue to maintain a good momentum of development, and their biggest driving force for growth should be to develop more sustainable products. Enterprises with technological advantages will occupy an obvious advantageous position in the future market

abroad, according to a report released by the Indian plastics foundation, with the increase of automotive plastics, consumer packaging and government infrastructure investment, the per capita consumption of the Indian plastics industry is expected to double in the next five years. India's per capita plastic consumption - estimated at about 9.7 kg per year - is far lower than the 109 kg in the United States and 45 kg in China. However, the plastics industry will benefit from India's growing per capita income, increased consumer spending and modernization, especially in urban areas

the Indian plastics Foundation estimates that the demand for polymers in India will increase from 11million tons in to 16.5 million tons in, driving plastic consumption to achieve a compound annual growth of 10.8%. According to the report, India is expected to rank among the top ten packaging consumer countries in the world by 2016, and the total demand is expected to reach US $24billion

at present, urbanization and globalization have become the trend of social development, which is closely related to the development of energy industry, construction, real estate and other industries. Plastic is widely used in these industries. Therefore, the development of these industries will drive the growth of global plastic demand in the future. Before 2015, the global plastic market will continue to grow at an average annual rate of 5%. Among them, Asia will become the region with the fastest growth in plastic demand in the world

in recent years, China's plastic consumption has increased rapidly, but due to the relatively backward production technology of China's plastic products and the relatively small production capacity in the field of high-end plastic products, the application scope of China's plastics has been limited. In China, the use of plastics in the automotive sector is only half of that in Europe, and the use of some high-end engineering plastics is even lower. It can be seen that there is still a big gap between the application of plastics in China and developed countries, which makes the current per capita consumption of plastics in China still have a big gap compared with developed countries in the world

the reason why the development of plastic products is blocked is mainly because it brings burdens and hidden dangers to the environment and society. Therefore, only by solving this problem can plastic products develop more smoothly. In addition, the continuous improvement of the quality and use of plastic products will also bring more opportunities for the development of plastic products to achieve a breakthrough in the R & D and industrialization of the new generation of microelectronic optoelectronic functional materials and intelligent sensing materials, and of course, the fate of being replaced can also be avoided

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