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中国の肉牛産業の発展

Report on China's Beef Cattle Industry Development 2012

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中国の肉牛産業の発展 Report on China's Beef Cattle Industry Development 2012
出版日: 2012年05月01日 ページ情報: 英文 144 Pages
概要

中国は世界第3位の肉牛飼育国で、これまでは国内自給体制を維持することができました。しかし2008年以降、飼料価格の高騰や農村部の労働力流出などで生産量が低下する一方、生活水準の向上とともに牛肉消費量が増大し、需給ギャップが生じつつあります。逆にこれが、肉牛産業への投資機会をも生み出しています。

当レポートでは、中国の牛肉加工・肉牛飼育関連産業について分析し、中国国内の牛肉消費状況、牛肉の生産・供給動向、需給バランスと対外貿易、費用・利益構造、主要企業プロファイル(企業プロファイル、原材料供給、製品、製品売上高など)、他国との比較(米国・ブラジルなど)といった情報を盛り込んで、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 中国の肉牛産業の政策環境

第2章 中国の肉牛産業のプロファイル

  • 現在の状況
  • 伝統的な肉牛飼育
  • 新たな肉牛飼育
  • 肉牛の飼育頭数
  • 牛肉消費量
  • 牛肉の生産
  • 肉牛の屠畜
  • 牛肉の貿易に対する世界金融危機の影響

第3章 中国の牛肉消費

  • 産地住民の肉類消費傾向
  • 牛肉消費の構造と傾向
  • 家庭での牛肉消費の見通し:所得増大・人口増加・都市化の影響
  • 家庭外での牛肉消費の見通し:所得増大・人口増加・都市化の影響
  • 牛肉加工産業の将来展望:製品シェア・生産量・生産能力
  • 高級牛肉・同製品の消費:消費量・輸入量
  • 牛肉輸出の見通し:相手先・他国との競争・貿易政策
  • 代替製品とその価格の影響
  • 畜牛の疾患およびその他の不確実性の影響
  • 牛肉消費量の将来見通し

第4章 中国の牛肉供給

  • 肉牛の飼育数・産出量
  • 各地域の牛肉の供給
  • 牛肉の生産
    • 全体/種別の生産量
    • 生肉・冷蔵肉・冷凍肉の生産量
    • 高級・中級・低級牛肉に生産量
  • 飼料供給の制約下での肉牛飼育の成長可能性
  • 中国の肉牛飼育への牛肉貿易の影響
  • 牛肉供給の将来見通し

第5章 中国の牛肉需給バランスの分析

  • 牛肉価格の動向
  • 大規模な牛肉輸入の可能性
  • 牛肉輸出
  • 今後の牛肉消費量の予測と実際の消費量
    • 家庭での消費
    • 家庭外での消費
    • 牛肉加工
  • 需要・供給バランスの分析

第6章 中国の肉牛生産費用・利益

  • 中国の肉牛産業の費用・費用分析
    • 肉牛用飼料生産
    • 種牛飼育
    • 肉牛飼育
    • 屠畜
    • 牛肉加工
    • 牛肉の流通
  • バリューチェーン構造
    • 生産価値構造
    • 生産利益構造
  • バリューチェーン全体への利益配分とその合理性
  • バリューチェーン全体への利益配分の合理性の、産業発展に対する影響

第7章 世界における中国の肉牛飼育の地位とコスト比較

  • 世界における中国の位置づけ
  • 米国での肉牛飼育構造・規模と費用
  • ブラジルでの肉牛飼育構造・規模と費用
  • カナダでの肉牛飼育構造・規模と費用
  • 中国と他国との費用・価格比較

第8章 中国の肉牛屠畜・処理産業

  • 産業のプロファイル
    • 産業規模
    • 産業利益
    • 企業の種類
    • 生産能力・立地
    • 技術・製品
    • 販売経路
  • 大企業の経営状況
    • 原材料調達
    • 製品販売
    • 市場競争
  • JILIN HAOYUE
  • DAWNRUN BEEF
  • BINXI CATTLE INDUSTRY
  • KERCHIN CATTLE INDUSTRY
  • GRAND FARM
  • DALIAN HUAMU ANGUS GROUP
  • HENAN YISAI BEEF CO., LTD.
  • HEBEI FUCHENG WUFENG
  • LIAONING HONG FU GROUP
  • 肉牛産業の全体的評価
    • 促進要因
    • リスク

第9章 中国の肉牛屠畜・処理産業の投資分析

  • 大規模な牛肉企業グループ構築の可能性
  • 投資機会の分析
  • 投資価値の分析
  • 投資戦略の分析

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Abstract

Research Background

China is the world's third largest beef-producing country whose beef production is mainly for the purpose of self-sufficiency, with very low volume of import and export; in terms of varieties, there are very few beef cattle varieties, the beef cattle raised are mostly the local yellow cattle breed; currently, beef is mostly meat at room temperature, chilled and fresh meat, frozen meat and meat products; in terms of slaughtering, the Chinese beef cattle slaughtering is mainly based on slaughter by the individuals, and there are less large-scale slaughtering enterprises; in terms of consumption, the outdoor consumption and household consumption account for major proportion, and the urban resident consumption is in the majority. Beef cattle farming is mainly concentrated in agricultural areas, the amount of beef slaughter in agricultural areas accounted for more than 80% of the country, mainly concentrated in Henan province, Shandong province, Hebei province and other places; beef cattle breeding in pastoral areas are mainly concentrated in Inner Mongolia, Xinjiang and Gansu provinces.

Since 2008, the beef cattle industry in China has been affected by rising cost of breeding, reduced rural labor force, and insufficient number of cows, the beef cattle amount of slaughter and on hand and beef output are low in the long term, and have not yet restored to the highest historical level. On the other hand, the improvement of household consumption level and changes in dietary structure show steady growth momentum, especially the consumption of beef processing products and outdoor consumption. This contrast between supply and demand highlights the investment value of the beef cattle industry.

From the farming link, the decline of the proportion of beef cattle free-range breeding accelerates, with evident scale breeding trend. Slaughtering and processing industry is also faced with huge integration potential. On the whole, China's beef industry is in the transition period from developmental phase to the growth phase, and there are challenges and also opportunities in the beef cattle industry.

Based on the current status of China's beef cattle industry, combined with the structural analysis of the whole industry chain, this report conducts in-depth study of the status quo and trend of China's beef consumption, production and circulation, and tries to answer the following several questions concerned by industry insiders, and help the readers better understand the business growth point of the beef cattle consumption market.

  • 1. How does the beef consumption growth potential change in the next five years and ten years?
  • 2. How does the proportion of beef product consumption by the Chinese residents to the meat product consumption change in the next five and ten years?
  • 3. What development trend will Chinese beef processing industry present in the next five and ten years?
  • 4. How the beef imports in China and the prospect of high-grade beef consumption will change in the next five years and ten years?
  • 5. How the Volume and Structure of China's Cattle Inventory & Crop will change in the next five years and ten years?
  • 6. How the China's Beef Demand & Supply Balance will change in the next five years and ten years?

According to the data from the national authorities and industry associations such as the National Bureau of Statistics, Development Research Center of the State Council, the National Development and Reform Commission, the General Administration of Customs, the State Economic Information Center, Ministry of Commerce, the Ministry of Agriculture, China Feed Industry Association, China Animal Husbandry Association, China Food Industry Association, combined with BOABC database, this report is carefully written based on authoritative and accurate data, with strong scientific and forward-looking insight. BOABC believes that this report is an important reference for the domestic and foreign investment companies, industry associations, research institutions, meat import and export traders, meat processing enterprises and food enterprises which make strategic decisions.

Table of Contents

1 POLICY ENVIRONMENT OF CHINA'S BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY

  • 1.1 CHINA'S MACRO-ECONOMY AND ECONOMIC POLICY
  • 1.2 GRAIN PRODUCTION POLICY
  • 1.3 ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION POLICY FOR ANIMAL FARMING INDUSTRY
  • 1.4 CHINA'S POLICIES FOR BEEF CATTLE FARMING AND BEEF PRODUCTS CIRCULATION
  • 1.5 CHINA'S POLICY FOR ANIMAL FARMING INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT
  • 1.6 NATIONAL SUPPORTING POLICY FOR BEEF CATTLE FARMING
  • 1.7 ANIMAL DISEASE AND DISEASE CONTROL POLICY
  • 1.8 CHINA'S POLICY FOR BEEF CATTLE FEED INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT
  • 1.9 BEEF CATTLE SLAUGHTER POLICY
  • 1.10 BEEF PRODUCTS TRADE POLICY
  • 1.11 IMPACT OF GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS ON BEEF TRADE
    • Fig 1, China's Beef Trade Volume in 2000-2011
  • 1.12 COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION OF BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY POLICY ENVIRONMENT

2 STATUS QUO OF CHINA'S BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT

  • 2.1 STATUS QUO OF CHINA'S BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY
  • 2.2 TRADITIONAL BEEF CATTLE VARIETIES
  • 2.3 NEW BEEF CATTLE VARIETIES
  • 2.4 BEEF CATTLE INVENTORY
    • Fig 2, China's Beef Cattle Inventory in 1998-2015
    • Fig 3, Varieties Structure of China's Cattle Inventory in 2011
    • Fig 4, Structure of Cattle Varieties of Different Terms and Sexes in China's Beef Cattle Inventory in 2011
  • 2.5 BEEF CONSUMPTION
    • Fig 5, China's Beef Consumption Structure in 2011
  • 2.6 BEEF PRODUCTS
    • Fig 6, Structure of Different Types of Beef Products in 2011 in China
  • 2.7 BEEF CATTLE SLAUGHTER
  • 2.8 IMPACT OF GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS ON BEEF TRADE
    • Fig 7, China's Beef Trade in 2000-2011

3 BEEF CONSUMPTION IN CHINA

  • 3.1 TREND OF MEAT CONSUMPTION BY RESIDENTS
  • 3.2 COMPOSITION OF BEEF CONSUMPTION AND TREND
    • Fig 8, Beef Consumption at Different Channels from 2000-2011
    • Fig 9, Beef Consumption Quantity in Urban and Rural Areas from 2000-2011
  • 3.3 PROSPECT OF BEEF CONSUMPTION AT HOME
    • 3.3.1 Structure of Food Consumption at Home and Trend
    • Fig 11, Food Consumption by Residents at Home from 1990-2011
    • Fig 12, Index of Food Consumption of Residents at Home from 1990-2011 (1990 consumption quantity = 1)
    • Fig 13, Structure of Food Consumption by Residents at Home in 2011
    • 3.3.2 Impact from Rising Income to Beef Consumption at Home
    • Fig 14, Index of Actual Income of Urban Residents, Index of Beef Consumption at Home and Index of Expenditure on Beef Purchase (2000 index =1) from 2000-2011
    • Fig 15, Index of Beef Consumption at Home of Urban Residents of Different Income Levels from 2000-2011 (2000 consumption quantity = 1)
    • 3.3.3 Impact from Rigid Population Growth to Beef Consumption at Home 36
    • Fig 16, Index of Population and Index of Beef Consumption at Home from 2000-2011 (2000 index = 1)
    • 3.3.4 Impact from Urbanization to Beef Consumption at Home
    • Fig 17, Impact from Urbanization to Beef Consumption at Home from 2000-2011
    • 3.3.5 Forecast on Growing Potential of Beef Consumption at Home
    • Fig 18, Structure of the Growth of Beef Consumption at Home in 2013 and 2017
  • 3.4 PROSPECT OF BEEF CONSUMPTION OUTSIDE HOME
    • 3.4.1 Impact from Growth of Income to Beef Consumption outside Home
    • Fig 19, Per Capita Actual Income and Expenditure on Eating Outside from 2000-2011
    • Fig 20, Per Capita Expenditure on Eating Outside of Urban and Rural Residents from 2000-2011
    • Fig 21, Index of Residents' Actual Income and Index of Beef Consumption Outside Home from 2000-2011 (2000 index = 1)
    • 3.4.2 Impact from Rigid Population Growth to Beef Consumption Outside Home
    • Fig 22, Population Index and Index of Beef Consumption Outside Home from 2000-2011 (2000 index = 1)
    • 3.4.3 Impact from Urbanization to Beef Consumption Outside Home
    • Fig 23, Impact from Urbanization to Beef Consumption Outside Home from 2000-2011
    • 3.4.4 Forecast on Growing Potential of Beef Consumption Outside Home
    • Fig 24, Structure of the Growth of Beef Consumption Outside Home in 2013 and 2017
  • 3.5 PROSPECT OF BEEF CONSUMPTION BY PROCESSING INDUSTRY
    • 3.5.1 Proportion of Processed Beef Products in Total of Processed Meat
    • Fig 25, Production of Different Kinds of Processed Beef Products from 2000-2011
    • Fig 26, Net Beef Consumption by Various Kinds of Processed Beef Products from 2000-2011
    • 3.5.2 Major Forms of Processed Beef Products
    • Fig 27, Production of Different Kinds of Processed Beef Products from 2000-2011
    • 3.5.3 Processing Capacity of Beef Products
    • 3.5.4 Forecast on Growing Potential of Beef Processing Industry
    • Fig 28, Structure of the Growth of Processed Beef Products in 2013 and 2017
  • 3.6 CONSUMPTION OF TOP-GRADE BEEF AND ITS PROCESSED PRODUCTS
    • 3.6.1 Consumption of Top-grade Beef
    • 3.6.2 Consumption of Top-grade Beef Products
    • Fig 29, Consumption of Chilled Fresh Beef and Low-temperature Processed Beef Products from 2000-2011
    • 3.6.3 Import of Top-grade Beef
    • Fig 30, Composition of Imported Beef Products in 2011
    • Fig 31, Structure of the Sources of Frozen Beef Import in 2011
    • Fig 32, Beef Import from 2000-2011
  • 3.7 PROSPECT OF BEEF EXPORT
    • 3.7.1 Main Beef Trading Countries around the Globe
    • Fig 33, Key Beef Exporting Countries and Regions in 2011
    • Fig 34, Key Beef Importing Countries and Regions in 2011
    • 3.7.2 Destinations of Beef Export from China
    • Fig 35, Composition of Destinations of Chilled Fresh Beef Export from China in 2011
    • Fig 36, Composition of Destinations of Frozen Beef Export from China in 2011
    • Fig 37, Composition of Destinations of Live Cattle Export from China in 2011
    • 3.7.3 China's Competitors for Beef Export and Capacity of Target Market
    • 3.7.4 Impact from International Beef Production Cost to Beef Export from China
    • 3.7.5 Impacts from Trade Policy of Target Market on Beef Export from China 5
    • 3.7.6 Forecast on Beef Export from China
  • 3.8 IMPACT FROM REPLACERS AND PRICE TO BEEF CONSUMPTION
    • Fig 38, Trend of Retail Price for Beef and Chicken Meat from 1997-2011
    • Fig 39, Per Capita Consumption of Beef and Chicken Meat at Home from 2000-2011
  • 3.9 IMPACTS FROM UNCERTAIN FACTORS INCLUDING EPIDEMICS TO BEEF CONSUMPTION
  • 3.10 EVALUATION OF GROWING POTENTIAL OF BEEF DEMAND AND FORECAST
    • Fig 40, Contribution from Beef Consumption at Home, Outside Home and by the Processing Industry to Gross Beef Consumption in 2013 and 2017
    • Table 1, Equilibrium of Beef Supply and Demand from 2000-2017

4 BEEF SUPPLY IN CHINA

  • 4.1 INVENTORY AND OFFTAKE OF BEEF CATTLE
    • 4.1.1 Cow Inventory
    • Fig 41, Inventory of Cows at Mating Stage from 2000-2011
    • 4.1.2 Inventory and Offtake of Beef Cattle
    • Fig 42, Inventory of Yellow Cattle, Dairy Cattle and Buffalos from 2000-2011
    • Fig 43, Offtake of Yellow Cattle, Buffalos, Abandoned Breeding Cattle and Abandoned Dairy Cattle from 2000-2011
    • Fig 44, Offtake of Low-end, Medium-end and Top-end Beef Cattle from 2000-2011
    • 4.1.3 Structure of Inventory and Offtake of Beef Cattle
    • Fig 45, Structure of Varieties of Cattle Inventory in 2011
    • Fig 46, Structure of Varieties of Beef Cattle Offtake in 2011
    • Fig 47, Structure of Offtake of Low-end Beef Cattle in 2011
    • 4.1.4 Structure of Offtake Scale of Farms
    • Fig 48, Offtake Structure of Beef Cattle Farms of Different Scales from 2000-2011
    • Fig 49, Index of Offtake of Beef Cattle Farms of Different Scales from 2000-2011 (2000 index = 1)
  • 4.2 SUPPLY FROM VARIOUS BEEF CATTLE BELTS
    • Fig 50, Structure of Beef Cattle Offtake of Various Belts in 2011
    • Fig 51, Changing Trend of Offtake of Different Beef Cattle Belts from 1998-2011
    • 4.2.1 Supply from Northeastern Beef Cattle Belt
    • Fig 52, Regional Structure of Offtake of Northeastern Beef Cattle Belt in 2011
    • 4.2.2 Supply from Central Plain Beef Cattle Belt
    • Fig 53, Regional Structure of Offtake of Central Plain Beef Cattle Belt in 2011
    • 4.2.3 Supply from Northwestern Beef Cattle Belt
    • Fig 54, Regional Structure of Offtake of Northwestern Beef Cattle Belt in 2011
    • 4.2.4 Supply from Southern Beef Cattle Belt
    • Fig 55, Regional Structure of Offtake of Southern Beef Cattle Belt in 2011
    • 4.2.5 Prospect of Supply from Various Beef Cattle Belts
  • 4.3 BEEF PRODUCTION
    • 4.3.1 Beef Production and Its Composition
    • Fig 56, Beef Production of Various Varieties from 2000-2011
    • Fig 57, Composition of Beef Production of Various Varieties in 2011
    • 4.3.2 Production of Fresh Frozen Beef
    • Fig 58, Production of Fresh Frozen Beef from 2000-2011
    • 4.3.3 Production of Beef of Top, Medium and Low Grade
    • Fig 59, Production of Beef of Top, Medium and Low Grade from 2000-2011
    • Fig 60, Production of Different Kinds of Low-grade Beef from 2000-2011
  • 4.4 GROWING POTENTIAL OF BEEF CATTLE FARMING QUANTITY GIVEN FEED SUPPLY RESTRAINT
    • Fig 61, Production of Manufactured Feed in China 1991-2011
    • Fig 62, Structure of Manufactured Feed for Different Animal Species in 2011
    • Fig 63, Structure of Manufactured Feed for Different Animal Species in 2011 (as to the equivalence of complete feed) 85
    • 4.5 IMPACT FROM BEEF TRADE TO BEEF CATTLE FARMING IN CHINA
    • 4.6 PROSPECT OF BEEF SUPPLY
    • Fig 64, Beef Cattle Offtake and Beef Production from 2000-2017

5 ANALYSIS OF BALANCE BETWEEN CHINA'S BEEF SUPPLY AND DEMAND

  • 5.1 TREND OF BEEF PRICE
    • Figure 65, Retail Price of Beef, Pork and Chicken in China in 2000-2011
    • Figure 66, The Wholesale Price of Room Temperature Beef in China's Major Cities in 2003-2011
    • Figure 67, China's Beef Output and Retail Price in 1997-2011
  • 5.2 POSSIBILITY OF LARGE VOLUME OF BEEF IMPORT
    • Figure 68, China's Beef Output and Beef Import Volume in 2000-2011
    • Figure 69, China's Retail Beef Price and Beef Import Volume in 2000-2011
  • 5.3 BEEF EXPORT
  • 5.4 BEEF CONSUMPTION POTENTIAL IN THE FUTURE AND ACTUAL CONSUMPTION
    • 5.4.1 Family Beef Consumption Potential and Actual Consumption
    • Figure 70, China's Normal and Constrained Family Beef Consumption in 2008-2017
    • 5.4.2 Dining-out Beef Consumption Potential and Actual Consumption
    • Figure 71, China's Normal and Constrained Dining-out Beef Consumption in 2008 - 2017
    • 5.4.3 Processed Beef Products Consumption Potential and Actual Consumption
  • 5.5 ANALYSIS OF BEEF DEMAND-SUPPLY IN FUTURE
    • Figure 72, China's Total Normal and Constrained Beef Consumption in 2008-2017

6 COST AND BENEFIT FROM BEEF CATTLE PRODUCTION

  • 6.1 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF THE VALUE CHAIN OF BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY
    • 6.1.1 Feed Production
    • 6.1.2 Farming of Breeding Cattle
    • 6.1.3 Farming of Beef Cattle
    • 6.1.3.1 Different Regions
    • Fig 73, Comparison of Cost and Benefit of Beef Cattle Farming in Heilongjiang, Shandong and Ningxia in 2011
    • 6.1.3.2 Different Scales
    • Fig 74, Composition of Beef Cattle Farming Cost of Smallholder Farms in 2011
    • Fig 75, Composition of Beef Cattle Farming Cost of Scaled Farms in 2011
    • Fig 76, Comparison of Beef Cattle Farming Cost and Benefit of Smallholder and Scaled Farms in 2011
    • 6.1.4 Beef Cattle Slaughter
    • 6.1.4.1 Manual Slaughter and Illegal Slaughter
    • Fig 77, Composition of Cost of Illegal Beef Cattle Slaughter Points in 2011
    • 6.1.4.2 Large Slaughterhouses 1
    • Fig 78, Composition of Beef Cattle Slaughter Cost of Large Slaughterhouses in 2011
    • 6.1.5 Processed Beef Products
    • 6.1.6 Beef Circulation
  • 6.2 STRUCTURE OF BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRIAL CHAIN (THIS SECTION FOCUSES ON SCALED FARMING AND PRODUCTS FROM LARGE SLAUGHTERHOUSES)
    • 6.2.1 Structure of Output Value
    • Fig 79, Structure of Output Value of Beef Cattle Industrial Chain in 2011
    • 6.2.2 Structure of Profit
    • Fig 80, Distribution of Profit of Beef Cattle Industrial Chain
  • 6.3 EVALUATION OF THE RATIONALITY OF PROFIT DISTRIBUTION OF THE VALUE CHAIN
  • 6.4 IMPACTS FROM PROFIT DISTRIBUTION OF THE VALUE CHAIN TO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT

7 STATUS OF CHINA'S BEEF CATTLE FARMING IN THE WORLD AND COST COMPARISON

  • 7.1 CHINA'S STATUS IN THE WORLD
    • Fig 81, Composition of Beef Cattle Farming Cost of Smallholder Farms in 2011 (not including labor cost)
  • 7.2 BEEF CATTLE FARMING AND COST IN THE US
    • 7.2.1 Structure of Meat Consumption
    • 7.2.2 Beef Cattle Farming Scale
    • 7.2.3 Beef Cattle Farming Cost
    • Fig 82, Structure of Beef Cattle Farming Cost in the US in 2011
  • 7.3 BEEF CATTLE FARMING AND COST IN BRAZIL
    • 7.3.1 Structure of Meat Consumption
    • 7.3.2 Beef Cattle Farming Scale
    • 7.3.3 Beef Cattle Farming Cost
    • Fig 83, Structure of Beef Cattle Farming Cost in Brazil in 2011
  • 7.4 BEEF CATTLE FARMING AND COST IN CANADA
    • 7.4.1 Structure of Meat Consumption
    • 7.4.2 Beef Cattle Farming Scale
    • 7.4.3 Beef Cattle Farming Cost
    • Fig 84, Structure of Beef Cattle Farming Cost in Canada in 2011
  • 7.5 COMPARISON BETWEEN CHINA AND THE WORLD IN BEEF CATTLE FARMING COST AND BEEF PRICE

8 BEEF CATTLE SLAUGHTER INDUSTRY AND SPECIFIC ENTERPRISES IN CHINA

  • 8.1 OVERVIEW OF BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY
    • 8.1.1 Scale
    • Fig 85, Output Value of Beef Processing Industry, 2000-2011
    • Fig 86, Structure of Output Value of Beef Processing Industry in China in 2011
    • 8.1.2 Industrial Profit
    • Fig 87, Profit of Beef Processing Industry, 2000-2011
    • Fig 88, Structure of Profit of Beef Processing Industry in China in 2011
    • 8.1.3 Types of Enterprises
    • 8.1.4 Production Capacity and Layout
    • Fig 89, Regional Layout of Beef Cattle Slaughter in China in 2011
    • Fig 90, Regional Structure of Beef Cattle Offtake in China in 2011
    • Fig 91, Regional Layout of Production Capacity of Large Beef Cattle Slaughterhouses in China in 2011
    • 8.1.5 Technology and Products
    • Fig 92, Structure of Beef Products of Different Styles in China in 2011
    • 8.1.6 Sales Channels
  • 8.2 OPERATION OF LARGE BEEF CATTLE PROCESSING ENTERPRISES
    • 8.2.1 Raw Material Procurement
    • 8.2.2 Product Sales
    • 8.2.3 Market Competition
  • 8.3 JILIN HAOYUE
    • 8.3.1 Company Profile
    • 8.3.2 Raw Material Supply
    • 8.3.3 Products
    • 8.3.4 Product Sales
  • 8.4 DAWNRUN BEEF
    • 8.4.1 Company Profile
    • 8.4.2 Raw Material Supply
    • 8.4.3 Products
    • 8.4.4 Product Sales
  • 8.5 BINXI CATTLE INDUSTRY
    • 8.5.1 Company Profile
    • 8.5.2 Raw Material Supply
    • 8.5.3 Products
    • 8.5.4 Product Sales
  • 8.6 KERCHIN CATTLE INDUSTRY
    • 8.6.1 Company Profile
    • 8.6.2 Raw Material Supply
    • 8.6.3 Products
    • 8.6.4 Product Sales
  • 8.7 GRAND FARM
    • 8.7.1 Company Profile
    • 8.7.2 Raw Material Supply
    • 8.7.3 Products
    • 8.7.4 Product Sales
  • 8.8 DALIAN HUAMU ANGUS GROUP
    • 8.8.1 Company Profile
    • 8.8.2 Raw Material Supply
    • 8.8.3 Products
    • 8.8.4 Product Sales
  • 8.9 HENAN YISAI BEEF CO., LTD.
    • 8.9.1 Company Profile
    • 8.9.2 Raw Material Supply
    • 8.9.3 Products
    • 8.9.4 Product Sales
  • 8.10 HEBEI FUCHENG WUFENG
    • 8.10.1 Company Profile
    • 8.10.2 Raw Material Supply
    • 8.10.3 Products
    • 8.10.4 Product Sales
  • 8.11 LIAONING HONG FU GROUP
    • 8.11.1 Company Profile
    • 8.11.2 Raw Material Supply
    • 8.11.3 Products
    • 8.11.4 Product Sales
  • 8.12 OVERALL EVALUATION OF BEEF CATTLE INDUSTRY
    • 8.12.1 Driving Forces
    • 8.12.2 Risks

9 ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENT INTO CHINA'S BEEF CATTLE SLAUGHTERING AND PROCESSING INDUSTRY

  • 9.1 POSSIBILITY OF LARGE-SCALE ENTERPRISES
  • 9.2 ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES
  • 9.3 ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENT VALUE
  • 9.4 ANALYSIS OF INVESTMENT STRATEGY
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