Albany, NY (PRWEB) August 30, 2013
From 2008/09 to 2013/14, the global supply of sugar has undergone changes from short supply to excess supply: raw sugar production increased from 140 million tons in 2008/09 to 170 million tons in 2012/13; while the demand for raw sugar was basically stabilized at about 150 million tons. It is expected that in 2013/14 global production of raw sugar may reach 174.9 million tons, with consumption to be 167.3 million tons, the global raw sugar industry continues to face destocking pressure.
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As the world’s significant producing and importing country of sugar, China’s sugar output in 2012/13 climbed 13.5% YoY to 13.068 million tons, of which, Guangxi was the largest sugar producing area, with sugar production accounting for 63.7% of the total; followed by Yunnan (14.7%) and Guangdong (8.4%). In 2012, China imported 3.747 million tons of table sugar, hitting a record high.
Since 2012, despite the sustainable growth in downstream demand, sugar enterprises affected by falling prices of table sugar and rising production costs have witnessed increase of loss. From January to June 2013, among 296 domestic sugar enterprises above designated size, as many as 55.1% of them suffered losses, listed companies such as Guangxi Yangpu Nanhua Sugar Industry Group Co., Ltd. and Guangxi Guitang (Group) Co., Ltd. still faced destocking pressures, the sugar business would continue to face adverse conditions.
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China Sugar Industry Report, 2013-2015 mainly covers the followings:
- Development status, market supply and demand, import and export trade, price trend, etc. of global sugar industry;
- Development status, market supply and demand, import and export trade, price trend, development prospect, etc. of sugar industry in China;
- Development status, import and export trade, development prospect, etc. of downstream industries and rival commodities industries of sugar industry in China;
- Operating status, investment and M&A, business analysis, development forecast, etc. of 11 major sugar companies in China.
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Table of Contents
1. Sugar Related Concepts
1.1 Sugar Related Concepts
1.2 Sugar Industry Chain
2. Development of International Sugar Industry
2.1 Global Sugar Crop Production
2.2 Global Raw Sugar Production
2.2.1 Supply & Demand
2.2.2 Supply Structure
2.2.3 International Trade
2.2.4 Sugar Price Trend
2.3 Major Countries
3. Development of China Sugar Industry
3.1 Policy Environment
3.1.1 12th Five-Year Development Plan for Sugar Industry
3.1.2 National Reserve System
3.1.3 Sugar Import Tariff System
3.2 Sugar Crop Production
3.3 Overview of Table Sugar Production
3.3.1 Table Sugar Production
3.3.2 Demand for Raw Sugar
3.3.3 Import & Export
3.3.4 Price Trend
3.4 Sugar Enterprises
4. Downstream Industry & Alternatives Industry
4.1 Downstream Industry
4.2 Alternatives Industry
4.2.1 Starch Sugar
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5. Key Companies
5.1 Nanning Sugar Industry Co., Ltd.
5.1.3 Revenue Structure
5.1.4 Gross Margin
5.1.6 Sugar Business
5.1.7 Prospect & Outlook
5.2 Guangxi Guitang (Group) Co., Ltd.
5.2.3 Revenue Structure
5.2.4 Gross Margin
5.2.6 Sugar Business
5.2.7 Prospect & Outlook
5.3 COFCO Tunhe
5.3.3 Revenue Structure
5.3.4 Gross Margin
5.3.6 Sugar Business
5.3.7 Prospect & Outlook
5.4 Baotou Huazi Industrial Co., Ltd.
5.4.3 Revenue Structure
5.4.4 Gross Margin
5.4.6 Sugar Business
5.4.7 Prospect & Outlook
5.5 Xinjiang Guannong Fruit & Antler Group Co., Ltd
5.5.3 Revenue Structure
5.5.4 Gross Margin
5.5.6 Sugar Business
5.5.7 Prospect & Outlook
5.6 Guangxi Yangpu Nanhua Sugar Industry Group Co., Ltd.
5.6.3 Fundraising Projects
5.7 Dongtang Group
5.8 GuangXi State Farms Sugar Industrial Group Company Limited
5.9 Yunnan Yinmore Sugar Group Company Ltd.
5.10 Botian Sugar
5.11 Guangdong Hengfu Sugar Industry Group Co., Ltd.
China Kindergarten Industry Report, 2013: http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/analysis/173659.
In 2011, there were 166,750 kindergartens in China, 115,404 of which were non-state/private ones. Starting from 2005, private kindergartens in China rose from 68,835 to 115,404 at a compound growth rate of 8.99%, with the overall proportion up 14 percentage points from 55.3% to 69.2%.
According to statistics of the Ministry of Education, through the implementation of the three-year action plan, more than 90,000 kindergartens across the country will be newly built, renovated or expanded over the next three years, over five million kindergarten enrollments will be added. The pre-school education development goals for the national 12th Five-Year Plan are expected to be completed ahead of schedule.
Despite the fast development, there still exist “cannot enter public kindergartens”, “cannot afford private kindergartens” and other phenomena in first-tier cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. For now, public kindergarten still belongs to scarce resources, unable to meet most children's admission requirements, and private kindergartens still usher in great room for development.
China Lactic Acid and Derivative Industry Report, 2013: http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/analysis/173491.
China’s lactic acid capacity and output continued to grow at the respective CAGR of 22.7% and 28.7% in 2007-2011. But limited by market demand, the annual output of most vendors was below their designed annual capacity with a high idle capacity rate. In 2010-2011, China’s idle annual capacity of lactic acid reached at least 110,000 tons. The capacity and output in 2012 were estimated to be 329,000 tons and 226,000 tons respectively, up 15% and 28.4% separately from 2011.
Henan Jindan Lactic Acid Technology and Chongqing Bofei Biochemical Products possess the largest lactic acid capacity in China. In 2012, their combined capacity of the two totaled 175,000 tons, equivalent to 53.2% of China’s total lactic acid capacity. Each of other lactic acid enterprises seizes the capacity of 10,000-30,000 tons averagely.
In China, the food and beverage industry is accustomed to use lactic acid in condiments, liquor brewery industry, milk processing and others. In 2012, the food and beverage industry consumed about 161,000 tons of lactic acid, accounting for 49.2% of China's total lactic acid consumption; 119,000 tons of lactic acid (36.1%) was applied to leather manufacturing, microelectronics, electroplating industry, polylactic acid production and other industrial fields.
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