(PRWEB) April 22, 2014
In China, soft drinks refer to natural or synthetic beverages with less than 0.5% of alcohol content, which may result from fermentation of sugars in an unsterile environment and the preparation of the flavoring extracts such as vanilla extract.
The demand for soft drinks kept growing as Chinese people's consumption level increased in the last 30 years. There are a wide range of products and many powerful competitors in the market.
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In 2013, the total production volume of soft drinks was 149.268 million tons (up by 14.61% YOY), approximately 10 times of that in 2000. The CAGR of the total production volume was 19.4% in 2000-2013, far ahead of GDP over the same period.
Varieties of soft drinks increase as the production volume goes up.
In China, most soft drinks are consumed by households and catering market. Similarities and differences of the two segmented markets will be analyzed in detail in the CRI report.
The soft drink market in China mainly consists of carbonated drinks, fruit&vegetable juice, bottled water, tea drinks, protein drinks and other drinks, while bottled water and carbonated drinks occupy most of the market. However, the competition pattern has undergone massive changes recently. Growing concern about health leads to increase in demand for healthy tea drinks, protein drinks and fruit&vegetable juice and decrease in that for carbonated drinks.
As a rising star in the market, functional drinks are sports drinks represented by Mizone and Gatorade, energy drinks such as Red Bull and Lipovitan, and herbal drinks like Wong Lo Kat and JDB.
In China, the consumption per capita of soft drinks, especially in rural areas, is lower than that in developed countries. Perfect competition in the emerging industry attracts a large amount of international soft drink giants. The competition transfers from products to the industry chain while the marketing mode of brand operation is gradually replaced by channel management, making the channels major targets for soft drink manufacturers.
In the coming years, the growth rate of the production volume of soft drinks is expected to remain above 10%, higher than that of GDP.
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Through this report, the readers can acquire the following information:
Government Policies of Soft Drink Industry in China
Operation Status of Sub-industries of Soft Drinks in China
Supply and Demand Status of Soft Drink Industry in China
Competition Status of the Market
Major Manufacturers of Soft Drinks in China
Table of Content
1 Basic Situation of Soft Drink Industry in China
1.1 Definition and Classification
1.1.2 Industry Chain of Soft Drinks
1.1.3 Major Categories of Products
1.2 Status of Soft Drink Industry in China Economy
1.3 Features of Industry Development
1.3.1 Acceleration of M&A
2 Development Environment of Soft Drink Industry in China, 2013-2014
2.1 Economic Environment
2.1.1 China Economy
2.1.2 Global Economy
2.2 Policy Environment
2.1.1 Policy Overview
2.1.2 Policy Trend
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3 Operation Status of Soft Drink Industry in China, 2009-2014
3.1 Industry Status
3.1.1 Supply Status
3.1.2 Demand Status
3.1.3 Investment in Fixed Assets
3.1.4 Industry Scale
3.1.5 Operation Status of the Industry
3.2 Industry Distribution by Region
4 Competition Status of Soft Drink Industry in China, 2009-2014
4.1 Barriers to Entry and Exit
4.2 Competition Structure of the Industry
4.2.1 Upstream Suppliers
4.2.2 Downstream Customers
4.2.3 Competition among Existing Enterprises
4.2.4 New Entrants
4.3 Business Modes of the Industry
4.3.1 Business Modes
4.3.2 Profit Modes
5 Industry Chain of Soft Drinks in China, 2013-2014
5.1.1 Fruit Cultivation
5.1.2 Vegetable Cultivation
5.1.4 Packaging Industry
5.1.5 Impact of Upstream on Soft Drink Industry in China
Research Report On Rare Earth (RE) Industry In China, 2014 - 2018
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There are three major production bases built around three major RE mines in China, including the Northern China RE production base built around the mixed RE mine in Baotou represented by INNER MONGOLIA BAOTOU STEEL RARE-EARTH HI-TECH CO. and Gansu Rare Earth New Material Limited-Liability Company, the medium and heavy RE production base built around the Southern China ionic mine represented by Guangzhou Pearl River Smelter and JAMR, and the bastnaesite production base built around the bastnaesite mine in Mianning, Sichuan.
China launched the license system of RE export quotas in 1998. In recent years, Chinese government starts to cut the amount of export enterprises and quotas as well as the annual yield of rare earth. The gross export quota of rare earth set by Ministry of Commerce of China for domestic enterprises declined from 50,000 tons in 2005 to 34,000 tons in 2008. It continues the downward trend and fell to approximately 21,590 tons in 2014. Decrease in the export quota results in increasing amount of smuggling. It is estimated that the annual export volume of rare earth will exceed 20,000 tons in China.
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On March 26, 2014, WTO ruled that the export management measures of RE, tungsten and molybdenum in China, including the tariff, quota and restrictions on enterprises, violated relevant provisions. The plaintiffs are the U.S., EU and Japan. The verdict stated that the export restrictions of rare earth failed to protect natural resources and be implemented with restrictions on production and consumption. The export quota system may be abolished in China.
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The growth rate of China integrated circuit industry ranks the first in the world after China joined WTO. The average annual growth rate of the production volume and sales revenue of integrated circuits exceeded 20% in 2001-2012. The proportion of domestic industry scale in the global industry scale increased from 2% in 2001 to 10% in 2012. However, the proportion of domestic industry scale in the market size remained less than 20%. The actual self-sufficiency rate is less than 10% after deducting the sales revenue of OEM products. Imported integrated circuits took most of the market shares.
According to the National Bureau of Statistics of China, the production volume of integrated circuits was 86.71 billion at the growth rate of 10.4% YOY in 2013. The actual production volume is larger because that of small and medium-sized enterprises is not involved.
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The sales revenue of domestic IC industry surpassed CNY 250 billion (increased by over 16% YOY) in 2013, of which the IC design industry took 32%, IC manufacturing industry took 21%, and the IC assembly and test industry took approximately 44%. The growth rate of IC market in China was remarkably higher than that in the world in the last few years, making it the world's largest market for integrated circuits.
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