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2022-08-02
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Chinese paper industry: the transformation from the grave to the cradle

Chinese people have complex feelings for paper. For many years, no nation has loved paper more than the Chinese people. Without the invention of turning waste into treasure, Caihou paper, 1900 years ago, the process of world civilization might have been delayed for several centuries. With paper, living printing, mass media and even paper money and securities have the material basis for inheriting various functions

however, today's Chinese people are quite hesitant about the development of the paper industry: in the past decade, we have seen various and in-depth reports condemning the environmental pollution of the paper mills, and the strange circle that the Huaihe River has been more and more polluted in the past decade, and finally the paper mills have fallen on the board. After the scientificoutlookondevelopment was put forward, all localities attached unprecedented importance to the environmental impact of projects in attracting investment. For a time, the shadow of the paper industry was also marked with a question mark of doubt. At present, the paper mill has almost become the enemy of the sustainable development of Chinese society. However, today, when paper cannot be completely replaced by computers, how can Chinese society develop further without the development of paper industry in China? Therefore, if we do not find a civilized way to continue the papermaking civilization, more social civilizations, including the green civilization itself, may be forced to stop the pace of progress. Therefore, what we should control is the excessive consumption of resources by the paper industry, rather than the investment in the paper industry itself

because my unit, the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, compiles the blue book of Shanghai resources every year, I also pay special attention to the position of the paper industry in China's industrial development strategy in the future. I would like to find a relatively perfect case to illustrate that papermaking is not only a cause of inheriting civilization, but also a campaign to regenerate resources and protect the environment. Later, some experts recommended to me the Book Green Economy: coordinated development of industry and environment, which was just published by Wenhui publishing house. After reading it, I was greatly inspired. The book mentions a vivid case, namely, the operation mode of the golden light group (APP) in the paper industry

readers who are familiar with the Chinese economy know that Jinguang group was founded in Indonesia in 1962 by the famous patriotic overseas Chinese Mr. huangyichong. It now has hundreds of corporate companies with assets of more than US $20 billion. At present, the group has formed four core industries: pulp and paper industry, finance industry, agriculture and food processing industry, and real estate industry. In my impression, the golden light group is about the same pioneer of large-scale investment in mainland China as another famous Chinese enterprise, Thailand Chia Tai Group, after Deng Xiaoping's southern talks

Chinese enterprises, especially those led by powerful overseas Chinese leaders, often have two characteristics: first, they are willing to take mainland China as the new growth pole of their core business; Second, it emphasizes the philosophy of "taking from the people and using for the people". Sometimes the concept of "people" also includes social connotations. In its investment actions, kinguang group also emphasized such a principle. When operating the paper industry, it copied its paper-making experience in Indonesia Maintenance of the control system of the plastic tensile testing machine: to the mainland. The core measure is to invest capital, manpower and material resources in tropical and subtropical areas suitable for managing fast-growing forests, establish their own professional forest farms, and implement rotation cutting system according to the growth law and cycle of fast-growing forests. Then the production scale of the paper mill is determined according to the available raw material resources. At the same time, the paper mill itself is located in the 6th urban agglomeration with strong technical conditions and funds, so as to strengthen the monitoring of the environment and breakthroughs in related technologies. For example, in terms of water consumption per ton of paper, the investment projects of Jinguang group in China are higher than the control level of its peers. It can be said that papermaking is not only the movement of an industrial workshop from Indonesia to China, but also the dialogue between green civilizations and the successful transplantation of the circular economy system. I am also interested in its idea that for developing countries that invest and export resources, resources must be created for orderly development. Of course, this creation is mainly reflected in the investment in fast-growing forests. It's about fighting "

as for the direct investment of Jinguang group in environmental protection in China's industry, I only need a few technicians to operate these production lines and want to go on a field trip. Whether it is the disaster of Tuojiang River or the pollution of Huaihe River, some of them are really caused by the small paper mills along the line, and they consume more raw materials developed from the virgin forest. They really eat the food of their ancestors and cut off the food of their descendants. Of course, this traditional paper-making model can be criticized as a rapid ferry from cradle to grave. I hope that international paper groups with strength and experience can systematically intervene in the Chinese market. Perhaps Jinguang group can continue to practice the paper industry in China as a green civilization, so as to take the lead in completing the modernization transformation of this traditional industry from the "tomb to cradle" of photoelectric induction, which is one of the more advanced technologies

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