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2022-07-29
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The business development of American printing enterprises is not optimistic

the business status report of American printing enterprises released by the association of printing leaders (NAPL) on June 19, 2013 shows that the sales of American printing enterprises in the first quarter of 2013 decreased by 0.2% compared with the previous quarter, which is the first decline in the sales of American printing after the growth of 0.8%, 0.7% and 0.6% respectively in the second, third and fourth quarters of 2012. NAPL survey found that 201 will also be put into trial use in the future. In the first quarter of three years, 57.8% of the sales of printing enterprises in the United States decreased, far more than the decline of sales of only 47% of printing enterprises in the fourth quarter of 2012

among the printing enterprises whose sales decreased in the first quarter of 2013, 41.4% of the printing enterprises' sales decreased by more than 5%, and 25.8% of the printing enterprises' sales decreased by more than 10%; Among the printing enterprises with increased sales, 26.6% of the printing enterprises increased their sales by more than 5%, which would affect the service life of the device, and 21.1% of the printing enterprises increased their sales by more than 10% in the international market. It can be seen that the business situation of American printing enterprises in the first quarter of 2013 is not optimistic

napl also pointed out in the report that 69.4% of American printing enterprises said their prices were still lower than or maintained at the same period in 2012, and 30.6% of American printing enterprises increased their prices in early 2013. In january2013, 42.0% of U.S. printing enterprises' pre tax profit increased compared with the same period last year, but in April 2013, only 34.3% of U.S. printing enterprises' pre tax profit increased compared with the same period last year. Although the start of 2013 was not ideal, American printing companies did not lose confidence. In april2013, 28.6% of American printing enterprises predicted that the printing business would improve in the second half of 2013, while in January 2013, only 27.0% of American printing enterprises had such an idea; However, nearly 26.5% of American printing enterprises believed that the printing business in the second half of 2013 could not be predicted, which was also higher than the 18.2% at the beginning of 2013

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