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Renewable rubber enterprises are facing difficulties, opening up import restrictions

the industrial guidance catalogue just released by the national development and Reform Commission lists renewable rubber as an encouraged industry, but such a positive does not bring more surprises to this industry. At the national technical exchange meeting on the comprehensive utilization of waste tires held a few days ago, we heard more about the concerns of the industry about this industry

recycled rubber has become the third largest rubber source in China

"our industry can't be happy anymore." The boss of a renewable rubber enterprise from Guangdong told me that he would not let his children enter this industry

most of his remarks are also participated in this time. 3. The loading rate should be accurate; The aspirations of renewable rubber enterprise operators at the meeting

however, compared with the current situation of the troubled industry, the development and contribution of the renewable rubber industry in recent years are obvious to all

from the "12th Five Year Plan" for the development of renewable rubber industry, we can find a set of detailed data on the development of this industry: in 2010, China's renewable rubber output reached 2.8 million tons, and the renewable rubber output increased from 6 million tons during the "Tenth Five Year Plan" period to 12.25 million tons during the "Eleventh Five Year Plan". At present, China's renewable rubber output has accounted for more than 80% of the global renewable rubber output for many consecutive years, Become the world's largest producer and consumer of recycled rubber

Zhu Jun, President of China tire repair and Recycling Association, told: "at present, there are more than 1000 renewable rubber production enterprises in China. In 2010, China's renewable rubber production accounted for nearly 39% of China's total rubber consumption that year, which greatly made up for the shortage of rubber resources."

he analyzed that natural rubber is a typical resource constrained industry. It has strong selectivity to the environment and climate, and is irreplaceable in the region. Its planting area is limited, and its output growth is limited. The main material of synthetic rubber is oil, and only 1 ton of synthetic rubber is produced per 8 tons of crude oil. Therefore, the market potential of vigorously developing renewable rubber industry in China is huge

data show that China is the largest rubber consumer in the world, ranking first in the world for 9 consecutive years. However, how to calculate the tensile strength of special-shaped springs in China? It is a country with extremely scarce rubber resources. More than 75% of natural rubber and more than 40% of synthetic rubber depend on imports every year. Recycled rubber has become the third largest rubber source in China. After calculation, every 3 tons of recycled rubber can replace 1 ton of natural rubber. Then, in 2010, China produced 2.8 million tons of recycled rubber, which is equivalent to providing more than 900000 tons of natural rubber for the rubber industry

in 2009, China produced 233 million waste tires annually, weighing about 8.6 million tons. If all tires are recycled, it is equivalent to China's five-year natural rubber output. In terms of comprehensive utilization of waste tires, China has initially formed four business segments: old tire retreading and remanufacturing, waste tire production of recycled rubber, rubber powder and pyrolysis. Among them, recycled rubber accounts for more than 75%, and the scope of application is also relatively wide. For example, radial tire can be added by 5%, diagonal tire can be added by 10%, motorcycle tire, conveyor belt and sealing strip can be added by 20%, bicycle tire can be added by 30%

many factors have made it difficult for the renewable rubber industry to survive.

in recent years, China has attached great importance to the renewable resources industry, and has issued opinions on the development of the remanufacture industry, guiding opinions on promoting the development of the renewable resources recycling industry, and the decision to speed up the cultivation and development of strategic emerging industries has encouraged the development of the renewable resources industry. During the 12th Five Year Plan period, the country will focus on promoting the field of comprehensive utilization of resources, including waste tires (rubber). However, behind many favorable policies, objective reasons such as high taxes, import restrictions and export scissors make it difficult for the renewable rubber industry to make profits and survive

after retirement, Wang Yangzu, the former deputy director of the Environmental Protection Bureau, became the director of the Working Committee on imported renewable resources. In recent years, he has been calling for the industry to abolish the import restrictions on waste tires

"developed countries are snapping up renewable resources. For example, Canada spends 4billion yuan a year to import renewable resources." Wang Yangzu told

Wu Yinghong, Deputy Secretary General of the rubber recovery branch of the China wheel Recycling Association, who just returned from the United States to investigate the utilization of renewable resources, also told: "At present, the United States uses a large amount of waste tires, with an annual consumption of 2.08 million tons, which are mainly used in power generation, cement and paper industries. 1.35 million tons of rubber powder, 100000 tons of exports, and 130000 tons of refurbishment.

in 1990, they also stored 1billion waste tires, and now there are only 80million. Many developed countries are snapping up this market with us."

"it is urgent to open the import of waste tires. The use of rubber in China continues to expand, reaching more than 7 million tons per year. At present, the domestic waste tires are basically used up, and the waste tire resources are highly competitive in the international market." Wang Yangzu said

in addition to import restrictions, the renewable rubber industry is struggling in export

"our recycled rubber accounts for 80% of the world's total output because the 'scissors' can't get out." Cheng Yuan, Professor of Beijing University of chemical technology and executive vice president of China Tire Recycling Association, told

he made a specific analysis and said: for example, Australia subsidizes waste tire Utilization Enterprises with a subsidy of 100 Australian dollars per ton, which is equivalent to sevenoreight hundred yuan. On the contrary, because they cannot be imported, the price of waste tires in China rises every year. Enterprises now need nearly 2000 yuan to buy a ton of waste tires. The difference between the two items and Australia is almost 2800 yuan per ton

"China's recycled rubber accounts for 80% of the world's total output, and 80% of waste tires are recycled, but there are two 80%, but our recycled rubber has no pricing power." Cheng Yuan told: "this is caused by many factors, such as bargaining, disguised price reduction and the debt of large users in the industry, which is worthy of our reflection in the whole industry."

another more important factor is the higher tax burden of this industry

Secretary General Li Rulin of the rubber restoration branch of China tire repair Association told: "For many years, the state has been supporting and supporting the development of renewable resources enterprises, adopting the policy of Exempting Value-added Tax for business enterprises that recycle all kinds of waste materials, and allowing 10% output tax deduction. However, this policy has been cancelled by 2011, and China's waste material recycling system is still lagging behind, most of which are private individuals who purchase, unable to obtain value-added tax invoices, unable to deduct, resulting in a higher tax burden on renewable resources enterprises."

he analyzed specifically: "As the main material for manufacturing renewable rubber is waste tires, the current purchase price is nearly 2000 yuan per ton, and the purchase cost of waste tires accounts for about 65% of the production cost. Moreover, since more than 90% of waste tires are purchased by private individuals, it is impossible to obtain input tax invoices and make deductions. Before 2008, some renewable rubber production enterprises obtained the qualification of waste material recycling, and the purchase of waste tires is exempt from value-added tax, which can be offset by 10% After deducting input tax, the enterprise tax rate is about 6%. In 2009, the 70% policy of collecting and returning waste materials was implemented, and the value-added tax of recycled rubber rose to 8.81%. In 2010, the tax rate of reclaimed rubber increased to 11.54%, much higher than the 6.65% tax rate of national enterprises. "

Zhu Jun told: "we actively call on the government to establish a standardized waste tire utilization system, flow the limited waste tires to legitimate production enterprises from the source, and resolutely put an end to enterprises that do not meet the standards such as indigenous refining. We also hope to solve the problem of lifting the ban on the import of waste tires as soon as possible, and actively use hydrogels (often used to make contact lenses) And glass fiber preparation to introduce to users several ways to avoid rats: strive for preferential policies for value-added tax relief. "

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