Cotton Output in China Declined by 4.6% in 2016, Informs ASKCI Consulting in Its Topical Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
20 Apr 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The output of the Chinese cotton industry was estimated at nearly 5.61 million tonnes as of the year 2015. In the same year, the country’s cotton industry exhibited a 9% YoY decline. As of 2016, the output decreased by 4.6% (260,000 tonnes).
Due to favourable measures introduced to promote and improve the country’s cotton industry, some top companies has established relatively complete and professional supply chains. With the support of both the central and local governments, the Chinese cotton industry has been integrated fast, and companies engaged in cotton processing and circulation has become more professional, bigger in scale and more integrated.
As international players become involved more and more in the Chinese cotton market, the competition is likely to intensify in the coming years. Therefore, domestic players need to improve their competitive power and managing level.
Topical study “Market Research on Cotton in China 2016-2021” prepared by ASKCI Consulting presents a detailed investigation of the current scenario and prevailing trends in the Chinese cotton market. The report provides access to trustworthy industry performance estimates and statistics, covers the major influencing factors and examines the country’s market dynamics. It explores the competitive landscape and factors having impact on it, gives details on the top companies, points out the emerging opportunities and key challenges. Additionally, future forecasts are offered.
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