Recently, the medical protection materials in various countries are in urgent need of supplies. At the same time, as one of the world's largest producers of medical supplies, China has also acted quickly to accelerate the completion of capacity breakthroughs. As the world's largest mask producer, China's exports of masks account for nearly 50 percent of the supply in the overseas market, with the United States relying on China for 90 percent of the masks. The U.S. also plans to rapidly expand U.S. production of masks and protective clothing, only to find that many of the raw materials are still needed in the Chinese market. U.S. health officials point out that many of the raw materials used to make the products are supplied by the Chinese market. China is the world's largest producer and consumer of non-woven fabrics. Driven by this outbreak, the growth of non-woven fabrics is bound to exceed previous estimates. There are few mask factories in the United States, where 90 percent of masks are imported from China, and there are chronic shortages of protective materials such as gloves, protective clothing and goggles. According to reports from Japanese media, nearly all of the masks on the domestic market in Japan are out of stock as the outbreak of Novel coronavirus pneumonia continues to spread. By mid-january, Japanese mask makers had about 1.8 billion in stock, according to the Japan mask industry association, but by early February they had largely sold out. About 70 percent of the masks in circulation in Japan are imported from overseas.
Recently, Some foreign media said,China has banned the export of surgical masks and raw materials for production due to the outbreak of Novel coronavirus pneumonia, leaving other countries and regions facing shortages of masks, therefore ,China clarified the issue at a press conference held by the ministry of commerce on March 5. According to the director-general of the foreign trade department of the ministry of commerce, the masks are free trade products and China has no trade controls. Since the outbreak, the ministry of commerce has never issued a ban on the export of masks and their raw materials. In fact, the current supply situation of medical supplies such as masks on the global market is not optimistic due to the spread of emergencies. In the case of supply shortage, at present, a succession of countries or regions have begun to restrict the export of medical supplies, such as Russia, France, Germany and so on. In the case of supply shortage, a succession of countries or regions have begun to restrict the export of medical supplies. However, unlike those countries that restrict the export of masks and other materials, China is willing to provide assistance within its capacity to relevant countries in the field of medical protection materials such as masks, which is the only exception. Although China's annual export volume is stable at more than 70% of the production scale, there is still a large supply gap. While overcoming its own difficulties, China is ready to provide assistance to relevant countries within its capacity in the field of masks and other medical protective materials. To contribute to the global fight against the epidemic.
As a global mask production power, China has nearly half of the global mask production capacity. By February 29, China's daily production of masks, including ordinary masks, surgical masks and N95 masks, had reached 216 million, greatly easing the contradiction between supply and demand. Effectively solve the protection needs of frontline medical staff. The data is not only good news for the domestic health market, but also for countries currently suffering from medical shortages. Representatives from China's ministry of industry and information technology pointed out that China is a major producer of protective clothing. We encourage domestic manufacturers of protective clothing to actively meet foreign demand, produce and export protective clothing in accordance with relevant standards and regulations, and make contributions to the global fight against the epidemic. Encouraging domestic protective clothing enterprises to produce protective clothing for export will not only contribute to the global fight against the epidemic, but also benefit the import and export trade. It can be seen that under the background of the current global shortage of medical supplies, China encourages domestic protective clothing enterprises to produce protective clothing for export, which will undoubtedly contribute to the global fight against the epidemic. To contribute to the global fight against the epidemic. The world is waiting for China to import medical supplies.
As the world's largest mask producer and exporter, the demand for masks from overseas will rise rapidly at the moment of the global outbreak. After basically meeting the domestic demand, the export of masks from China can be simply summarized as the trend of the future. In 2020, China will become the largest producer, consumer, importer and exporter of masks in human history. As the largest producer of masks in the world, China's exports of masks account for nearly 50% of the supply in the overseas market. With global demand for masks soaring, China needs to continue to increase its mask production capacity, and countries are increasingly seeking medical supplies imported from China. Given the current global shortage of medical supplies, if the Chinese can mass-produce and export, then many countries will realise who the real superpower is. Global demand for surgical masks and supplies is up 13,769%, and the world is waiting for them to be made in China.
Nowadays, the epidemic is rampant in all countries, and there is a global shortage of medical materials such as masks, protective clothing, forehead temperature guns and goggles. China, which has just been relieved from the epidemic, has suddenly become the world's dependence. Under the disaster, no one can become an island, so is the individual, so is the country.