China Sugar Industry Studied in New In-Demand ResearchInChina Report Now Available at

19 Nov 2012 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – China is amid the most prominent producers and consumers of sugar on a global scale. The sugar output registers annual growth in the country. In 2011, for instance, it enhanced by almost 6 percent to surpass the 11.6 million tonnes mark. The local demand for sugar was evaluated at approximately 15 million tonnes in the same year.

In 2012, China boosted its purchases of the Brazilian product. The country obtained around 2 million tonnes of sugar from Brazil-based companies in January-October, thus becoming the top buyer for the South American country.

China is expected to import about 17 million tonnes of sugar in 2012 in total, while its output is likely to be above 12.5 million tonnes. The country’s capacity is forecast to be over 16 million tonnes by 2021, while the sugar consumption will amount to 21 million tonnes.

New research report “China Sugar Industry Report, 2012-2014” elaborated by ResearchInChina draws up a full picture of the sugar industry in China. The study offers an extensive overview of the global as well as the local industry. A detailed analysis of Chinese upstream and downstream industries, discussion of the key players can be found in the report. Valuable data on the output dynamics, export volumes, future outlook through 2014 and a far more are provided in the research study.

Report Details:

China Sugar Industry Report, 2012-2014
Published: October, 2012
Pages: 70
Price: US$ 1.700,00

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