Who is the most popular to move the string of prin

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Who is stirring the "string" of the printing wage? In the printing industry, you must not find the second topic. Like the printing wage, the debate is protracted and involves many game players. When the relevant departments of the state liberalized the paper price and printing price in 1993 and handed them over to the invisible hand of the market, the situation, like many other industries, did not develop as expected by policy makers

there are many reasons for the low printing price. Many media and experts in the industry have also discussed it in simple terms. With the development of market economy, publishing houses began to transfer these cost rising factors to printing enterprises in the process of transforming their management system from production to production and operation, that is, to reduce the price. At the same time, as the first producer of commodities, publishing houses occupy a dominant position in the market and have the right to determine commodity prices. Therefore, both publishing houses and publishers, in order to pursue the maximum interests, also intend to lower the printing price

in addition, with the rising cost of raw materials and as a labor-intensive industry, the introduction of the new labor law naturally has a great impact on the labor cost of printing enterprises. At the same time, as a commodity processing industry, printing enterprises are passive commodity producers. They do not have any independent pricing power in order to improve the processing stability of products, and can only submit to the publishing house

the lack of discourse power leads to the low price of printing

in fact, when we carefully summarize these reasons, perhaps one sentence can sum up all the reasons. It is the lack of discourse power of the printing enterprises themselves that makes the unreasonable market economy of printing low price in recent years. Now Yunnan will develop and expand its rubber advantage industry

we know that in order to further meet the refined needs of market customers, the entry threshold of the domestic printing industry as a processing industry is relatively low. Printing plants organize production according to the order of the publishing house, so there is no product backlog and the relative risk is small. It is a preferred industry for investors who want relatively stable small amount of investment. As a processing industry, it does not have its own products, and the prevailing rule of survival of the fittest in the manufacturing industry seems to have some failures in the printing and processing industry, and there is no strict delisting mechanism. Therefore, as long as an enterprise is established, it can survive

however, as a processing industry, it can not have its own products without its own brand. The lack of brand means giving up the core competitiveness of the enterprise and losing the voice of the industry

we should understand that a market without a reasonable and strict regulatory mechanism must be dangerous. For example, if a vegetable garden is weeded irregularly and allowed to grow naturally, the result must be overgrown with weeds. Obviously, the printing market after 1993 is somewhat like this kind of vegetable garden. Taking Beijing as an example, it is precisely because of the wrong policy orientation and the lack of regulatory mechanism that the printing market in Beijing has developed spontaneously and blindly. The number of book printing enterprises has grown from more than 200 a few years ago to nearly 600 now. The low-level repeated construction of book and periodical printing enterprises has resulted in a relative surplus of production capacity and a serious imbalance between supply and demand in the book market. According to incomplete statistics, the annual production capacity of publications in Beijing is more than 30million reams, while the annual publishing volume of publishing units is about 22million reams. If the proportion of seasonal production of teaching materials is taken into account, the production capacity is even more seriously surplus

the imbalance between supply and demand has further led to disorderly competition among printing enterprises. In order to win a piece of the market, many enterprises have pressed down their prices and even developed into malicious competition. Obviously, the result of disorderly competition is that the Indian enterprises give up the right to speak in the industry, weaken the bargaining power with the publishing house, or have long been unable to afford to negotiate prices with the publishing house

raise the threshold for entry to the industry and win back the right to speak

now we know who struck the chord of printing wages. There is nothing wrong with the market. When the corresponding regulatory mechanism is missing, it is difficult for the invisible hand to play a role. There is nothing wrong with publishers and publishers. After being pushed to the market, they have to survive, and it is understandable to pursue the maximization of interests

to what extent can the introduction of high-precision ball screw of printing price standard save those printing enterprises? Time will tell. However, the author believes that perhaps more important than formulating a nationwide and applicable printing price should be to strengthen the management mechanism and entry threshold of the printing industry, and the printing enterprises themselves should seriously consider how to regain the voice of the industry and be truly independent in the game of printing price

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