DUBLIN, Mar. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lwv9bk/research_report) has announced the addition of the "Concise Analysis of the Chinese Corn Industry" report to their offering.
Corn is an important grain variety in China. According to government data, the output volume of corns in 2012 was 208.12 million tons, increasing by 15.34 million tons YOY. Corn ranks the first among all grain varieties, followed by unhusked rice. Regarding the consumption of corns, only 1/3 corn is consumed by people as food.
The rest of corns are used as forages and for industrial use. Compared to wheat and unhusked rice, the macro-economy can significantly influence the consumption of corns. In recent years, with the increasing demand of the breeding industry and the growing industrial demand, the consumption demand for corns in China keeps rising year after year.
Among processing products of corns in China, the majority of them are primary processing products and their added-values are low. The supply of processing products with high technologies and added-values is insufficient.
China corn processing industry also has another problem: the production capacity of primary processing products is surplus, especially starch and edible ethanol; the operating rate is low; the number of small-sized enterprises is large, the competition among enterprises is rather fierce, and the whole industry is urgent to be integrated.
In recent years, with the implementation of Grain Minimum Purchase Price Policy and the increase of planting cost, the corn's price in China keeps rising year after year. With the increasing price of corns in 2009, the planting area of corns in China was up in 2010.
Key Topics Covered:
1 Analysis on Corn Planting in China, 2008-2012
2 Import and Export Status of Corns in China, 2008-2012
3 Analysis on China Corn Deep-processing Industry, 2008-2012
4 China Forage Industry, 2008-2012
5 Market Price of Corns in China, 2008-2012
6 Perspective of China Corn Industry, 2013-2017
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