Economic operation analysis of concrete and cement products industry in the first quarter of 2016
Date：2016-10-18 Author：DEX View：
The first quarter of 2016, concrete and cement products industry low economic recovery.
The overall economic growth of the industry is still at a low growth rate.
Macroeconomic: In the first quarter of this year, China's investment, consumption, enterprise efficiency and other important economic indicators and some leading indicators have shown positive changes, exceeding expectations, market confidence has increased. The initial accounting GDP grew by 6.7% year-on-year. Longitudinally, industrial production slowed down and stabilized. In the first quarter, the value-added of industries above the national scale increased by 5.8% year-on-year, and the growth rate dropped by 0.3 percentage points compared with the whole year of last year, 0.4 percentage points faster than in January-February this year. Showing the trend of stabilizing and improving.
Two indicators of concern in the concrete and cement products industry are:
First, investment in fixed assets, especially real estate investment, has steadily increased. Fixed assets investment rose 10.7% year-on-year in the first quarter, 0.7 percentage points faster than the year before, and 0.5 percentage points faster than January-February this year. Among them, investment in real estate development increased by 6.2% year-on-year, 3.2 percentage points higher than that in January-February and 5.2 percentage points faster than that in the same period last year.
Two, the investment growth rate of infrastructure construction has obviously accelerated. An increase of 19.6% over the same period, and the growth rate was 4.6 percentage points faster than that in 1-2 months. It was 2.4 percentage points faster than last year (17.2%). Among them, investment in water conservancy management increased by 26.8%, 2.1 percentage points faster; investment in public facilities management increased by 31%, 4.5 percentage points faster; investment in road transport increased by 10.1%, 3.3 percentage points faster; investment in railway transport increased by 2.1%, and decreased by 13% from January to February.