Sun Ruizhe: Interpretation of China's New Meaning from the Perspective of Textile and Apparel Industry

Sun Ruizhe, Vice President of China Textile Industry Federation, interpreted China's five letters from the perspective of the textile and garment industry at the "2012 China-Dutch International Corporate Social Responsibility Forum". It reveals five important components of the textile and garment industry: change, hope, innovation, environmental protection and new expectations.

Sun Ruizhe pointed out that the “C” initials of China represent changes. The first change is that China’s textile and apparel exports have gradually declined in the traditional major markets starting from last year’s share. The second change is that the labor force has changed from the unlimited supply in the past to the limited supply. The third change is the gradual manifestation of China's role as the most important market in the domestic market.

H stands for "hope." The vitality of China's textile industry, in terms of exports, stems from our more rational global market layout, and the total amount of textile and apparel exports in China continues to grow. The domestic market is a period when consumer diversification and consumption increase rapidly. The domestic market gives us a greater opportunity for the textile industry.

I stands for "innovation." The focus is reflected in two aspects: First, how to solve the bottleneck problem of fiber resources. We are looking for alternative resources for natural fibers, especially cotton, whether it is to develop bamboo, hemp, etc. to supplement the shortcomings of cotton fibers, or to look for new ones from the perspective of chemical fiber. Alternative resources. Second, about brand building. China has become an important consumer of luxury goods. How can we build our own brand in China in the field of mass brands?

N stands for "environmental protection." The textile industry consumes a relatively large amount of fiber resources. At the same time, we also have higher and higher requirements for the environment in printing and dyeing. The relevant data during the 11th Five-Year period shows that although the wastewater discharge per unit of production and COD emissions are decreasing, the total amount is increasing. This also poses a challenge to the development of the entire textile industry.

A represents our new expectations for the future. We are the pillar industry of China's national economy. We are an important industry with significant civilian production and international competitive advantages. Our new expectations for the future also include important components of the country's strategic emerging industries and an important driving force for China's fashion industry.

The first China-Dutch International Corporate Social Responsibility Forum was successfully held on May 23 at the Tangla Hotel in Beijing. Li Kai, Deputy Director of the National Information Center, Kang Bingjian, Division Chief of the International Trade Relations Department of the Ministry of Commerce, and Shan Yawen, Political Counselor of the Royal Netherlands Embassy in China, and Zhang Jinqiang, Executive Vice President of the China Association of Small and Medium Enterprises attended the forum and delivered speeches.

Li Runliang, executive deputy director of the International Information Center's China-Dutch project office, Fan Bin, deputy director of the Department of Policies and Regulations of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Jeroen Hooijer, Director General of Internal Markets and Services of the European Union, Chu Xuping, deputy director of the Research Bureau of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council, and China Textile Industry Sun Ruizhe, Vice President of the Federation, gave a wonderful speech on the topic of “Corporate Social Responsibility Public Policy and Development Trends”. In the speech entitled "Corporate Social Responsibility in the Global Supply Chain", Mr. Huang Rengang, Deputy Director of the World Trade Organization Department of the Ministry of Commerce, and the Corporate Social Responsibility Working Group of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, **Hu Weiwei, Vice President of the Global Reporting Initiative Nelmara Arbex, Director of the Social Liaison Department of the State Grid Corporation Li Weiyang, Ph.D. of Shanghai Stock Exchange Development Research Center Dr. Liu Yunhong, and Vodafone Supplier Quality Management Asia Manager Wang expressed their opinions on the theme, and the clash of ideas attracted the guests present. Recognition and attention.

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