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Overview of the world's plastic raw materials in the 1990s, the world economy began to recover and accelerated its growth. As a material industry, the production and sales of the world's plastic industry have also maintained a steady growth trend. In 2000, the world plastic output was 163000kt, an increase of 3.6% over 1999. From 1995 to 2000, the average annual growth rate was 6.3%. It is predicted that the world plastic demand will reach 210000kt in 2007 and 380000kt in 2026. The average annual growth rate from 2000 to 2007 and from 2007 to 2026 will be 3.7% and 3.0% respectively. The general-purpose plastics will reach 195000kt (accounting for 92.9% of the total plastic demand) and 350000kt (accounting for 92.1%); Engineering plastics reach 7000kt and 1700kt respectively; Special plastics will reach 350kt and 1200kt respectively; Composite plastics will reach 100kt and 430kt respectively

distribution of plastic raw materials in major regions of the world in 2000, the output of Europe ranked first, accounting for 52000kt, accounting for 31.9% of the world's total output; Secondly, Asia has 50700kt, accounting for 31.1%; North America has been in the first place in the past and retreated to the third place, with an output of 50000kt, accounting for 30.7%; 8300kt in central and South America, accounting for 5.1%; Australia 1100kt, he also pointed out, accounting for 0.7%; Africa 900KT, accounting for 0.5%

the top ten countries or regions in the output of plastic raw materials in 1999 were: the United States 46200kt, an increase of 6.6% over 1998; Japan 14569kt, up 3.5%; Germany 13860kt, up 7.8%; Korea 9083kt, up 7.4%; China 7600kt, an increase of 8.1%; France 6250kt, up 4.2%; Taiwan, China Province, China 4990kt, up 7.8%; When the transmission is sensitive, 4400kt is reduced by 0.7%; 4100kt in the Netherlands, the same as in 1998; Italy 3975kt, up 0.4%. The countries and regions with per capita plastic consumption level exceeding 100kg in 1999 include Germany 159KG, Belgium 158kg, the United States 134kg, Italy 114kg, Canada 107kg, Israel 104kg, Spain 102kg and Denmark 100kg. According to BASF analysis and prediction, the per capita consumption in North America was 88kg in 1999, and will undoubtedly increase to 145kg in 2010, with an increase of 46% in the next 10 years; The per capita consumption in Western Europe was 88.5kg in 1999 and will reach 132kg in 2010, an increase of 46%; Latin America's per capita consumption was 18.5kg in 1999 and 31kg in 2010, an increase of 68%; Japan's per capita consumption was 83kg in 1999 and 121kg in 2010, an increase of 41%. In 1999, the per capita consumption of the world was 18kg, and that of China was about 12kg

in 2000, the total consumption of plastic raw materials in the world was about 170000kt, of which ld/lldpe accounted for 18%, hdpe13%, pp17%, pvc16%, PS, eps8%, pet5%, pu5%, 7% of engineering plastics, and 1.6% of thermosetting trees came from Jinan assaying machine grease. It is predicted that the annual average growth rates of ld/lldpe4.4%, hdpe5.6%, pp6.2%, pvc4.1%, PS, eps5.2% and pet10.3% from 2000 to 2010

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