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Titanium dioxide is a very important raw material in industrial production.
It is widely used in coatings, plastics, papermaking, printing inks, chemical fiber, rubber, cosmetics, ceramics, enamel, electronics, food and medicine, among which coatings account for the largest proportion, about 60% .
Architectural coatings account for 60% of coating usage, which consumes the most titanium dioxide in coating products.
The lag period of the impact of real estate on the coatings market is about 1 year, and the demand for titanium dioxide will reach a peak in 2014 because of the boom in the real estate market in 2013.
Among coating products, architectural coatings consume the most titanium dioxide, followed by transportation equipment such as automobiles, ships, and railway vehicles.
It can be seen that the consumption of architectural coatings directly affects the demand for titanium dioxide, and the consumption of architectural coatings is very closely related to the real estate industry.
According to relevant statistics, the impact of the real estate industry on the architectural coatings market lags for about one year, and the development of the real estate industry can be used as a leading indicator of the demand for titanium dioxide.
As an important indicator of my country’s economic development, real estate directly affects the demand for related products in the industrial chain.
In addition, the time interval between contracted sales and renovation of commercial housing in my country is about one year.
Therefore, the off-plan sales indicators of commercial housing can more accurately reflect the real estate industry’s The impact of titanium dioxide market demand.
According to the "2015-2020 China Titanium Dioxide Industry Market Demand Forecast and Investment Strategic Planning Analysis Report", in 2012, due to the implementation of the real estate purchase and loan restriction policy, real estate sales slowed down.
Statistics show that the sales volume of real estate off-plan housing in 2012 was 8.
5 trillion yuan, a growth rate of 2.
4% month-on-month, and a 4.
1% decrease from the 6.
5% growth rate in 2011.
Global Coatings Network learned that in 2013, the sales revenue of my country's coatings manufacturing industry was 341.
6 billion yuan, a month-on-month growth rate of 9.
5%, a decrease of 2 percentage points from 2012.
It can be found that the lag period of the impact of real estate on the coatings market is about 1 year.
In 2013, my country's real estate market focused on fine-tuning to stimulate demand.
With a certain release of rigid demand, the real estate market in 2013 rebounded, and some cities even returned to hot scenes.
In 2013, the transaction volume in my country's key cities increased by 14% year-on-year, and the newly approved listing area in key cities increased by 14% year-on-year.
The annual sales area and sales were significantly better than in 2012.
It can be calculated that the recovery of my country's real estate market in 2013 will affect the coatings market in 2014, which in turn will drive the demand for titanium dioxide.
Statistics show that the sales revenue of the coating manufacturing industry in the first half of 2014 was 178.
4 billion yuan, an increase of 13.
The market sales revenue of the titanium dioxide industry has also begun to improve.
In 2014, my country's real estate business began to enter a cyclical adjustment, the market gradually cooled, and the investment growth rate is expected to drop to about 10%.
However, with the transformation of shanty towns in my country and the continuous advancement of urbanization, the output of coatings will still maintain an annual growth rate of about 10%.
According to the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan for Coatings", the output of coatings in my country is expected to reach 12 million by 2015 Ton, of which architectural coatings account for about 40%, and the long-term upward trend of the titanium dioxide industry is expected to continue.
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