The national trade association held a conference at drupa on June 2, where it highlighted print trends: digitising, diversification, speed to market and networking.
Wang Demao, vice chairman of PEIAC, said he expected to see rapid development in digital and inkjet printing in China.
For over a decade, he said Chinese print had been experiencing a tremendous period of growth, peaking at around 10 per cent annually.
According to the association’s statistics, the total turnover of China’s printing industry reached RMB 440bn ($AU67.2bn) in 2007. It is said to employ around 3.9m people spread across 100,000 printing businesses.
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