London, UK (PRWEB) January 13, 2015
The prices for corn and most corn deep processing products in China decreased in December 2014 on the back of falling raw material costs and weakening demand for them. In December, the sales peak for livestock and poultry in the country has come, leading a decrease in the demand for feed and, therefore, the sluggish demand for corn and feed additives. Furthermore, the winter holiday effect eased off and the consumption of food in China has not fully recovered.
The temporary corn storage in China is proceeding at a slow rate owing to the lack of funds. Meantime, the market price for corn keeps on falling. By December 20th, 2014, the temporary corn storage in the 4 provinces of China’s Northeast region was estimated at 3.31 million tonnes (compared to last year’s 6.07 million tonnes). Currently, traders hold the lion’s share of corn supply and they are likely to sell the corn at lower prices owing to growing fund pressure.
Topical research report “Corn Products China News 1412 (12 issues per year)” elaborated by Guangzhou CCM Information Science & Technology Co. (CCM) is available at MarketPublishers.com
Title: Corn Products China News 1412 (12 issues per year)
Published: December, 2014
Price: US$ 3,564.00
The report provides unparalleled insights into the key changes that have occurred in China’s corn industry during H2 2014, besides looking at the major factors affecting the sector’s development. The study offers an up-close review of the key activities in the Chinese corn industry, provides an examination of the government’s incentives, offers an analysis of the foreign trade, examines the competitive scenario and leading marketers, discusses pricing issues, among others.
Companies discussed include: Weifang Ensign Industry Co., Ltd., Shandong Shenghua Industry Co., Ltd., Fufeng Group Co., Ltd.
- Gain an in-depth overview of China’s corn industry.
- Listing of corn starch futures.
- Learn about the historical development of the domestic feed industry.
- Comprehensive analysis of imports and exports.
- Market prices for corn products.
- Discover the most up-to-the-minute industry developments.
- Analysis of the competitive landscape.
- Detailed examination of the leading companies.
More topical studies by the publisher can be found at CCM page.