By KEVIN HARRISBERG and CHRISTOPHER BECKHAMANABSTRACT:The Chinese government has announced plans to ban plastic bottles, plastic champagne flute bottles, and other disposable goods, including the new plastic cover of its brand new luxury brand.

China has become the world’s biggest consumer of plastic.

Plastic bottles were the biggest threat to environmental sustainability in the past decade, and the authorities have since put in place regulations to stop them.

But the new ban on plastic covers is not expected to stop the growth of disposable products that are still being made, even though many are made from recycled materials.

What does the ban mean for the Chinese market?

The ban is not a huge concern for the rest of the world, said Daniel Schatz, chief economist at consultancy IHS Markit.

“The ban is going to impact a small number of companies, but it is going on for the foreseeable future,” he said.

It will likely affect only some small scale manufacturers, he said, and they will likely have to adapt.

The Chinese Government has set a target of producing 50 million disposable plastic products a year by 2020.

It will have to meet this by the end of the year, and there is no indication when this target will be met.

This is not the first time China has banned plastic products.

In June, it banned plastic cups, bottles, glasses and other plastic items.

There were some signs that the ban would have some impact on the rest and local manufacturers in the region.

Last week, a Chinese brand of plastic drink bottles broke in half.

It is believed that the broken bottles contained plastic.

The plastic cover that was used to hold the plastic bottles broke, and a large amount of plastic was spilled on the street.

China also banned a type of plastic that is commonly used in some disposable products.

The banned product, a polyethylene foam that is used in plastic containers, was found to be in breach of the rules, according to Reuters.

China has been working hard to make plastic more environmentally friendly.

The country has set targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by about 30 percent from 2020 to 2030, and has said it is developing new materials that will help to reduce the amount of waste produced in the country.