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The 9th Session of TJPA Con Rounded off Successfully

The 9th session of TJPA Con has been rounded off successfully on March 31st in Taihu Lake, Jiangsu Province.


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TJPA’s president May Liang put out “2017 China Toy & Juvenile Products Industry Development Report”, which analyzes China’s imports &exports situation in 2016 and consumption status, compares the products’ quality conditions used for import and export, sorts out the newly released regulations & policies and safety standards home and abroad, and on the basis of analysis of status quo, predicts the trends of China & international toy market.

 

Medias like Xinhua News, CCTV, CNS, Sina, NetEasem, ifeng etc. reported TJPA Con and “2017 China Toy & Juvenile Products Industry Development Report” from different viewpoints.

 

The following are part of the industry development report.

 

Toys

According to the latest statistics, China’s toy export exceeded US$ 33.716 billion in 2016, up by 9.46% year-on-year; traditional toys export exceeded US$ 18.393 billion in 2016, up by 17.42% year-on-year.

 

In 2016, Guangdong, ranking the first, export exceeded US$ 11.409 billion, accounting for 62.03% of the total; Zhejiang, ranking the second, export exceeded US$ 2.737 billion, accounting for 14.88% of the total; Jiangsu and Shanghai, ranking the third and the fourth.

 

In 2016, China’s toys exported to USA, Europe, Japan, Hong Kong and the Middle east, and export the volume exceeded US$ 23.209 billion of the total, up by 2.16% year-on-year. Traditional toys export exceeded US$ 12.481 billion of the total, up by 15.73% year-on-year.

 

Juvenile Products

China’s juvenile products export exceeded US$ 19.644 billion in 2016, down by 3.73% year-on-year; Children’s car seats export exceeded US$ 591 million, up by 7.85% year-on-year; Baby cribs export exceeded US$ 10.828 billion, down by 5.42% year-on-year.

 

Baby strollers & bicycles export exceeded US$ 3.255 billion in 2016, up by 2.85% year-on-year. Baby feeding and Nursery Products export exceeded US$ 4.774 billion, down by 7.85% year-on-year; Baby Wear and Footwear export exceeded US$ 2.95 billion, down by 8.67% year-on-year.


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