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Marble Block Import Situation in China Analyzed by ThinkrealStone in New Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

17 Oct 2013 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – China is the world’s leading importer of marble raw materials, accounting for over half of the global marble raw materials imports. Decorative building products industry is the major end-user of marble in China, accounting for around 50% of all marble consumed in the country. Arts and carvings make up the second largest application of marble in China. Beige marble is the most widely consumed marble type in the country. In 2009, China’s net import of marble products and raw materials climbed above 44.8 million m2.

China’s imports of marble raw materials have witnessed stable growth during the past several years. Local stone enterprises import marble raw materials for processing to further export them after value addition.

New research report “Marble Blocks China Monthly Import Analysis” worked out by Thinkreal Information International Co. Ltd (ThinkrealStone) offers in-depth insights into the Chinese marble industry with a particular focus on the country’s marble blocks imports.

The report uncovers vital import statistics by month, discloses information on the import volume and value as well as pricing, looks at the key export countries of marble blocks to China, unveils details on local importers, including their names and contact information, etc. At large, the study helps to get a clear understanding of the marble blocks import situation in China, to evaluate the competitive pressure as well as to elaborate competitive marketing and business strategies.

Report Details:

Marble Blocks China Monthly Import Analysis
Published: October, 2013
Price: US$ 1,080.00 

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