China Imported Wine Sector Investigated by ASKCI Consulting in New Comprehensive Report Available at MarketPublishers.com24 Jul 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – With the ongoing enhancement of people's standard of living, consumer awareness of wine’s health and healthcare function is growing gradually. During 2008-2014, the wine import volume was rising YoY, recording a CAGR of around 14.25%. As of 2014, the volume of wine imported to the country was estimated at 384 million liters, up just under 2% YoY.
Henan Province, Shandong Province and Jilin Province are key wine production areas in China, accounting for around 14.45%, 33.79% and 14.26% of the nation’s overall output, respectively.
New comprehensive market research report “Market Analysis and Development Prospect of Imported Wine Industry in China 2015-2020” elaborated by ASKCI Consulting provides an in-depth analysis of the imported wine sector in China.
The study covers investment landscape of the country’s wine industry, describing policy environment, IT environment, e-commerce and logistics situation of China’s wine industry. It thoroughly examines China’s wine market, discussing overseas key wine production areas as well as major domestic wine production areas, speculates on the future development of China’s wine industry in terms of number of producers, sales and profit; and also offers an analysis of China’s wine production and retail business. A detailed import and export analysis of China’s wine is included. The study presents insights into brand operation patterns and marketing of imported wine, an analysis of e-commerce operation patterns of imported wine in China, as well provides a risk analysis of imported wine industry in China.
Data are provided for retail volume and value of wine in China for 2008-2014; as well as for number trend of wine producers in China, from 2012 to 2015.
Market Analysis and Development Prospect of Imported Wine Industry in China 2015-2020
Date: July, 2015
Price: US$ 3,500.00
More new market research reports by the publisher are available at ASKCI Consulting page.