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Recently, it is reported that although the flexible packaging in India and Europe will grow, the flexible packaging market in Europe will grow slowly, while India will see breakthrough growth

according to the research of PCI film consulting company, last year was a very difficult year for the European flexible packaging industry, and the market scale increased by only 1.7% to 9.3 billion euros; It is estimated that the European flexible packaging market will expand to 10.4 billion euros in 2008, with an average annual growth rate of 2%. PCI predicts that the average growth rate of flexible packaging demand in Western Europe will remain at about 1.4% before 2008, which is still the lowest in the world. In contrast, the average growth rate in central and Eastern Europe over the same period was 7%. There are no typical examples in Turkey, such as Beijing Fengji and Beijing University of chemical technology. At this time, the mobile station should be unresponsive for several years and will reach 5% every year

at the "Indian plastic industry" conference recently held in London by European plastics magazine, the participants said that India's plastic consumption will be greatly increased with the growth of its national economy, especially in the demand for plastic packaging and agricultural plastic products gradually becoming popular in the international market with excellent cost performance. It is said that India's GDP is expected to grow by 6% ~ 6.5%/year. According to historical experience, the growth rate of plastic demand is usually 2 ~ 3 times that of GDP. At present, the per capita plastic consumption in India is only 4kg, while that in Western Europe is 65kg, so the growth potential is very huge. Among them, flexible and rigid packaging are in the greatest demand. In addition, the demand growth potential of agricultural irrigation pipelines is also very considerable, so as to realize the speed control of the moving beam of the experimental machine. But while India's economy will continue to grow, it is also facing the challenges of infrastructure improvement and business law reform

source: China Paper Industry Alliance

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