Updated Research Reports on Chinese Markets by CRI Published by MarketPublishers.com

06 Sep 2011 • by Natalie Aster
Updated Research Reports on Chinese Markets by CRI Published by MarketPublishers.com

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that updated in-demand China Research and Intelligence (CRI) reports on various Chinese markets have been added to its catalogue.

Research Report on Chinese Railway Transport Industry, 2009-2010. During 2011-2015, total production scale of Chinese new railway lines is projected to reach around 30,000 km. Also, over the same time period, the investment of CNY 2.80 trillion will be arranged in railway infrastructure construction. Appearingly, there will be many investment opportunities for Chinese railway equipment, infrastructure construction and other industries over the following few years. The report incorporates valuable information on the Chinese railway transport market during 2009-2010, and covers its development environment, competition situation, analysis of key enterprises as well as analysis of risks and investment of the industry …

Research Report on Chinese Tire Industry, 2011-2012. The Chinese automobile market will maintain the annual growth rate of over 15% in the next few years, with annual growth rate of Chinese tire market exceeding 20%. In Chinese automobile tire sector, demand for replacement tires is approximately twice that for supporting tires in the maintenance market, accounting for over 2/3 of the entire tire market. Forecasts say China will turn into the world’s largest tire market in the short run. The report presents extensive research and in-depth analysis of the Chinese tire industry, and covers such information as supply and demand, competition situation, analysis of local and international enterprises, market development trends …

Research Report on China's New Energy Industry, 2011-2012. Last year, China's clean energy investment grew by 30% to USD 51.10 billion. It looks like the country’s new energy industry will continue its rapid development. Though, in the context that resources, cost, consumption, peak regulation and other key factors play different roles, the development process of wind power, photovoltaic and nuclear power industries in China is inevitably unbalanced. Currently, China's new energy industry faces greater opportunities than risks. Development status of the new energy industry in China, policies for new energy industry issued by the Chinese government, status quo of sub-industries, development environment confronting the market – all this information and more can be found in the study …

More updated and new publisher’s research reports can be found at CRI page.



The Market Publishers, Ltd.

Tanya Rezler

Tel: +44 208 123 2220

Fax: +44 207 900 3970