Hog Industry in China Discussed in Most Recent Report Published by Marketpublishers.com
04 Nov 2011 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – China’s hog industry has become more and more dependent on multinational agribusiness investment and imports for feed. This development has changed the dynamic of agriculture in China and pushed smaller-scale hog producers out of business. It has also played a role in increasing demand for agricultural land internationally.
New research report “Report on China’s Hog Industry 2011” elaborated by Beijing Orient Agribusiness Consultant provides true and unbiased insights into the Chinese hog industry, detailing the following issues:
- prospect of policy environment of hog breeding and processing in China;
- pork demand further potential;
- support capability of feedstuff in China;
- future cost and profit of hog industry in China;
- China’s hog industry prospect under the constraints of factors, such as policy environment, feedstuff support, pork demand as well as cost and profit;
- China’s hog industry future development model and characteristics in different regions;
- benefit distribution in the value chain of hog industry in China; policies needed to be adopted to guide the positive development of hog breeding industry and improve the reasonable distribution of value chain.
Title: Report on China’s Hog Industry 2011
Date: August, 2011
Price: US$ 6,000
Reports on other Agriculture Industries in China are also Available:
- The Competition and Development Strategy of Rice Processing Industry in China
- Research Report on China’s Corn oil Industry
- Report on the Development of China’s Beef Cattle Industry
- Report on China’s Broiler Chicken Industry in 2011
More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Beijing Orient Agribusiness Consultant page.
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