China Dairy Product Demand Saw Rapid Increase, according to In-demand CCM Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
21 Aug 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – China’s demand for dairy products has seen such a fast-paced increase that the country has turned into the hub of the world dairy market – the key driving factor of the ‘white gold rush’ in 2014, and the ensuing crash the next year.
Competition is intensifying as an increasingly number of global dairy firms try to scrape together their fortunes in this big market, whilst local players are grappling to retain a competitive edge via M&A activities, boosting supplies of raw milk and making upgrades to processing facilities. Meantime, the revolution in e-commerce is putting pressure on prices, and the government keeps on toughening food safety and import standards.
In-demand research study “Dairy Products China News 1707” elaborated by Guangzhou CCM Information Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (CCM) real-time intelligence on China’s fast-changing dairy market.
It includes real-time reporting on the overall dairy industry chain. The report provides breaking news from China and abroad. It offers the most up-to-the-minute market data, covering prices of raw materials, intermediate products and final products; export and import data; consumption and production; operating rates; and more. The research study offers an all-round assessment of major market trends, the country’s government policy, dominant local producers and their performance, M&A activity, new technologies, etc. It provides comprehensive expert commentary from industry insiders, comprising regular guest articles and interviews with insiders at major Chinese producers, associations and government bodies.
More in-demand market research studies by the publisher can be found at its page.