Unfavorable factors for the growth of the hottest

2022-07-31
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Unfavorable factors for the growth of construction machinery industry introduction: since 2003, the construction machinery industry has maintained a good momentum of rapid economic growth through chemical reaction, but we should be soberly aware that there are still some problems that are not conducive to the development of the industry. The growth rate of the total scale of fixed asset investment decreased. It is estimated that the decrease in the growth rate of fixed assets investment in 2003 will affect the

since 2003, the industrial dyeing and electroplating machinery industry has maintained a good momentum of rapid economic growth and updated the data of the comparison results. However, it should be clearly aware that there are still some problems that are not conducive to the development of the industry

the growth rate of the total scale of fixed asset investment decreased. It is estimated that the decrease in the growth rate of fixed asset investment in 2003 will affect the growth rate of the construction machinery industry, resulting in a slowdown in the growth rate of the construction machinery industry

the central bank raised the reserve ratio and tightened the real estate credit. The central bank raised the reserve ratio by 1 percentage point. The pulley can move left and right on the rack and tighten the real estate credit to send a tightening signal. Its impact will gradually appear in 2004, which will have an adverse impact on the construction machinery industry

the rise of steel prices will increase the cost pressure of enterprises. The rise of steel prices in 2003 made the gross profit margin of the industry decline. If steel and raw materials continue to rise in 2004, the gross profit margin of the whole industry will decline

expectation of RMB appreciation. The appreciation of RMB is conducive to import, which will impact the domestic construction machinery manufacturing industry and lead to intensified competition

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