China Beer Production Experienced Slight Decrease, Says ASKCI Consulting in Its Insightful Topical Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
13 Jan 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In the year 2015, the global beer production reached 188.6 billion liters, registering a 1.2% YoY decrease. The overall beer production experienced negative CAGR for 2 years. The key reason for this trend is that those British and Americans who used to addict to beer now gradually begin to keep away from this beverage for certain health reasons. Moreover, as the largest beer producing country, China has gone through a decline in production.
The beer market scale in China is keeping a steady growth trajectory, but sales volume witnesses a slight decrease. Meantime, the revenue of the country’s beer industry does not suffer considerably due to the rise in unit prices. For example, in 2015 the sales revenue of the Chinese beer industry stood at RMB 189,709 million, registering a 0.58% YoY increase.
New topical report “Research Report on Beer Industry in China 2016-2021 Proposal” elaborated by ASKCI Consulting contains reliable up-to-date information on the historical, current and forecast performance of the Chinese beer industry. It discloses market potential as well as commercial opportunities for the country’s beer industry. This publication includes valuable recommendations and offers suggestions for strategy planning.
This research study covers the recent industry developments, discusses top trends and prospects, reviews the export and import dynamics, gives details on price fluctuations, presents trustworthy statistics on production, consumption, capacity and foreign trade. It examines the major market growth propellers and restraints, delves into the industrial chain, uncovers data on competitive landscape and leading companies. Furthermore, a future outlook is available.
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