Raymond Mill

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 After the international financial crisis in 2008, the global Raymond Mill industry growth has slowed down significantly. But under the overall low growth, the situation in each country is differentiated. Developed economies Raymond Mill industry growth rate fell sharply before the crisis.

New Order Of Global Raymond Mill Industry

After the international financial crisis in 2008, the global Raymond Mill industry growth has slowed down significantly. But under the overall low growth, the situation in each country is differentiated. Developed economies Raymond Mill industry growth rate fell sharply before the crisis. For example, the US Raymond Mill industry growth from 3.3% in 2007 fell to 1.7% in 2014, Japan fell from 6.0% to 1.5%, Germany fell from 4.4% to 1.7%. And some emerging markets and developing countries Raymond Mill industry contrarian growth, such as the Philippines, Cambodia, Malaysia, Cameroon, Mexico and other countries of the Raymond Mill industry growth rate beyond the pre-crisis level; Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary and other countries, although not restored To the crisis before, but also showed a high growth trend.

This difference in growth rate has resulted in a significant increase in the global share of the Raymond Mill industry in emerging markets and developing countries after the crisis. The proportion of the Asia-Pacific Raymond Mill industry, excluding high-income countries, increased from 15.8% in 2007 to 28.2% in 2013. The proportion of China's Raymond Mill industry increased from 12.5% ​​to 24.1%, while India increased from 2.0% to 2.5% in 2014. The new order of the global Raymond Mill industry is also reconstructed on this basis and presents three aspects.

  • First, the Chinese Raymond Mill industry to accelerate to the high-end forward. After the financial crisis, although the Chinese economy and Raymond Mill industry growth rate down, but the pace of industrial upgrading, industrial structure was optimized. In 2015, China's R & D expenditure and GDP ratio reached 2.1%, has been with the level of developed economies, in the SCI, EI papers published and the number of invention patents and other aspects of the highest in the world. Made in China not only in the high-speed rail, engineering machinery, communications equipment and other industries into the world's leading, in the artificial intelligence, a new generation of Internet, quantum communications and other emerging technologies have come from behind.
  • Second, developing countries and emerging market countries become a hot spot for international direct investment. With the continuous improvement of infrastructure in developing countries, its low-cost labor force began to show, textile, clothing and other labor-intensive industries and information technology processing and assembly and other labor-intensive areas began to accelerate the transfer to these countries. Between 2007 and 2014, the share of international direct investment (FDI) in developing countries (excluding China) and emerging market countries increased from 26.9% and 31.7% to 51.4% and 53.2% respectively.
  • Third, the developed countries still remain in the forefront of technology. The reality of the "re-industrialization" of the developed countries and the return of the Raymond Mill industry is not obvious. In the United States, for example, the proportion of the added value of the Raymond Mill industry in GDP fell by 0.5 percentage point to 12.3% in 2007, After the crisis basically fluctuated under 12.3%, and no more strong performance. However, the comparative advantage of the Raymond Mill industry in developed countries has not changed significantly. The focus of the United States to revive the Raymond Mill industry is still to play its technological and personnel advantages, to speed up the artificial intelligence, three-dimensional printing, virtual reality, life sciences, new materials and other emerging technology research and development and industrialization, with a view to occupation of a new round of industrial competition High point.

Overall, the global Raymond Mill industry order has both changed and unchanged. The change in the proportion of emerging markets and developing countries to improve the Chinese Raymond Mill industry to further increase the right to speak; the same is based on the comparative advantage of the global division of labor system - emerging markets and developing countries in the processing and manufacturing, especially labor-intensive Type industry has a cost advantage, and the advantages of developed countries in the field of high-tech industry is still obvious, leading the global value chain, occupy high value-added links, and by strengthening the cutting-edge technology innovation to further play its control of the global Raymond Mill industry.