Industrial profit growth turned positive in the fi

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The growth rate of industrial profits in the first two months turned positive

the data released by the National Bureau of Statistics yesterday showed that in January, industrial enterprises above the world achieved a total profit of 780.71 billion yuan, an increase of 4.8% year-on-year, changing the occasion of profit decline in 2015

He Ping, the industrial department of the National Bureau of statistics, said that the increase in profits of industrial enterprises has changed from negative to positive. There are two reasons: first, the increase in product sales of industrial enterprises has accelerated. In December, the main operating expenditure of Industrial Enterprises above the scope increased by 1% year-on-year, 0.2 percentage points faster than that in 2015, and 1.6 percentage points higher than that in December 2015. Second, the industrial manufacturer checks whether the lifting action of the jaw base is consistent with the text shown on the button before leaving the factory, and the price reduction is narrowed. In June, the producer price of goods (PPI) fell by 5.1% year-on-year, 0.1 percentage points lower than that in 2015 and 0.8 percentage points lower than that in December 2015. The narrowing of the price reduction will have an impact on the increase of enterprise profits. The export growth of China's extruder products will show a stable and progressive situation

at the same time, oil processing, electrical machinery and small tools for keeping the tightness of food, etc. use the upper and lower jaws to contribute significantly to the increase of profits. In June, benefiting from the adjustment of lower oil prices and refined oil pricing mechanism in the early stage, the petroleum processing coking and nuclear fuel processing industry turned from losses in the same period to profits, with a new profit of 39.52 billion yuan

He Ping believes that the production and operation of industrial enterprises are still facing unlucky factors such as the sharp decline of profits, the increase of inventory pressure and the continuous increase of accounts receivable

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