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How will the intensification of Sino US trade disputes affect the whiteboard market

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core tip: in 2019, after the continuous decline of prices from March to early April, the price of the whiteboard market has stabilized since early April, and the stability sentiment in the whiteboard market has increased in May. However, due to the intensification of Sino US trade friction, the price of upstream waste paper raw materials has begun to decline recently, The mentality of the whiteboard market has quietly changed, and the wait-and-see mood is increasing. In this case, the operation of whiteboard importers may become more cautious

[China Packaging News] on May 9, 2019, the U.S. government announced that from May 10, 2019, the tariff rate on the $200billion list goods imported from China would be increased from 10% to 25%. The above-mentioned measures of the United States have led to the escalation of economic and trade frictions between China and the United States, and China has to adjust and impose tariff measures on some imported goods originating in the United States. In accordance with the foreign trade law of the people's Republic of China, the regulations of the people's Republic of China on import and export tariffs and other laws and regulations, as well as the basic principles of international law, and with the approval of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council, the Tariff Commission of the State Council decided to increase the tariff rate of 25%, 20% or 10% of the US $60billion list of goods that have been subject to tariff increases from 0:00 on June 1, 2019. Among them, the tariff on white board paper increased by 25%

whiteboard tariff number and tariff collection table

from the 26 countries that China imported whiteboard in March, the United States ranked fifth, with a cumulative import volume of 31000 tons, including 13900 tons from the United States in 2017 and 14200 tons from the United States in 2018. To sum up, the import volume has a relatively small impact on the domestic whiteboard market

2019 after the continuous decline of prices from March to early April, the price of the whiteboard market has stabilized since the first ten days of April, and the stabilization sentiment in the whiteboard market has increased in May. However, due to the intensification of Sino US trade friction, the price of upstream waste paper raw materials has begun to decline recently, the mentality of the whiteboard market has quietly changed, and the wait-and-see sentiment has increased. In this case, the operation of whiteboard importers may be more cautious

at present, the market demand for white board paper is relatively stable, and most of the paper mills remain stable and wait-and-see. Although some paper mills intend to raise prices, due to the dealers and downstream customers' relatively limited acceptance of high prices, it is bound to affect the delivery speed of the paper mills, and the paper mills are more active in de stocking and maintaining the balance of production and sales. Lux research, a distribution industry intelligence agency, recently released a report that the inventory of dealers and downstream customers was basically the same as last year. Most dealers have no plans to increase the purchase volume in the short term, and the trading in the market is tepid. Zhuochuang predicts that the price of whiteboard may be stable in the near future, and there is another major advantage in some parts - it can be stored at 5 ° C for 12 months and adjusted in a narrow range. Zhuochuang suggested that the industry should also pay attention to the price trend of downstream waste paper raw materials and the demand trend of common exchange between whiteboard and foreign-funded enterprises. Dealers and downstream customers can replenish a small amount in batches to reduce the purchase risk

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