China Dairy Market Review & Outlook Proposal 2009-2010

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China Dairy Market Review & Outlook Proposal 2009-2010
Research Background

2009 is one of the most unusual years of China’s diary industry in nearly 10 years. The melamine incident in 2008 and the negative impact of the world financial crisis are still in continuity, although at a somewhat reduced level. The online quote price of the natural whole milk powder, the “barometer” in the world diary market, sustained downturn, which brought a major impact on China’s milk powder and even the entire diary industry. Facing tough market conditions, under the impact of various support and regulate policies, China’s diary industry is struggling to pick up, at a recovery speed faster than the expectations of internal and external expectations.

Viewing from the international market environment, the international financial crisis is still exerting a negative impact on global diary market in 2009. Due to insufficient demand for diary products, diary industry in developed countries, especially the EU and the USA, raw milk prices continued to slump, leading to decline in diary herds and reduction in aggregate supply. Bulk diary products like skim milk, cheese, butter, whey power in the world market fall into the valley of recent years in the first quarter of 2009, although slowly began to rebound in the second quarter, the price had a significant decline compared with the second half of 2007.

For example, in the US, food-grade nonfat dry milk bottom-price is USD 1795/mt (factory price), down 60.6% compared with the peak price of USD 4559/mt. The bottom price of butter is USD 2358/mt, down 60.69% compared with the peak time price of USD 3789/mt. The bottom price of dry whey is USD 338/mt, down 80.56% compared with the peak time price of USD 1739/mt. 40-pound block of cheddar cheese bottom price is USD 2461/mt, down 49.51% compared with the peak time price of USD 4874/mt. Since natural whole milk powder quotation system online started in August 2008, a total of 13 rounds of trading are transacted. In the first three quarters of 2009, full cream milk powder factory prices are roughly around USD 2200. Even though in the first half of 2010 the online transaction prices had risen considerably, the average CIF price of full-fat light milk powder imported by China from New Zealand in 2009 is at approximately USD 2200-2500/mt, roughly half the price of the peak time in recent years. Low price seriously blew the world cattle breeding industry and diary product prices.

From domestic market environment, China’s diary industry faces a very severe environment. Domestic diary industry is under a major impact and challenges of the world market. As diary prices in the international market are low, especially full-cream light milk powder and whey products that have a greater impact on China’s market prices are low, full-cream light milk powder and whey products imported by China from the world market soared. According to China Customs data, from 1-10 months in 2009, China has imported 136,189 tons of full-cream light milk powder from abroad, 484.42% up compared with the same period of last year. Imported whey products reached 241,530 tons, an increase of 42.08%. In addition, due to the melamine incident impact as well as the lack of cost advantage, China’s milk powder export shrunk dramatically. Exports volume in the first 10 months of 2009 dropped by nearly 80% compared with the same period of last year. Blocked exports and soared imports brought great impact on the production of China’s raw milk powder and raw milk. Milk stock once reached 300,000 tons. The lowest price of raw milk powder had reached RMB 15000/mt, much lower than the cost of RMB 28,000/mt. In the first three quarters of 2009, the average price of China’s raw milk showed a downward trend, fell about 15% year on year, resulting in decline of diary cattle herds and raw milk production. Facing the severe market conditions, the Chinese government issued a series of supporting policies for diary industry development, such as the extension of central government loans for the acquisition of raw milk on the discount, the central budget subsidies for seed cows, milk station machinery and development, the expansion of state purchasing and storage size and so forth. Diary processing enterprises, especially the major enterprises, have more investment in the quality of raw milk and diary products, the consumer confidence in milk consumption significantly increased, these factors promote China’s diary market gradually pick up, the recovery is faster than expected. According to the data provided by the National Bureau of Statistics, in the first 10 months of 2009, China’s diary production increased by 10.2%, more than the same period of last year, in which liquid milk output rose by 10.6%; per capita diary consumption of urban residents in the first three quarters respectively increased 15.84% and 4.07% compared with the fourth quarter of 2008 and the first quarter of 2009, broadly in line with the second quarter. From the point of market competition and industry consolidation, the trend of the private turning to the state is strengthened. Formula milk, especially infant formula milk powder industry became the most competitive sub-sector in 2009. Many brands compete for market space left over by Sanlu. Meanwhile domestic brands launched new impact to the high-end market.

In 2009 the melamine incident has brought a profound lesson to the entire industry. The industry is having reflection and criticism. A growing number of diary companies are rethinking the way for survival and development, especially major diary companies are adjusting their corporate strategies and tactics in order to respond to new market and policy environment. In 2010 China’s diary industry will face a market environment very different form 2009. High raw milk price and milk products prices will be the most important market features. In addition, the issuance of the new diary safety and quality standards will bring an important impact on cattle breeding farmers, diary companies and government regulatory authorities.

This report presents a panoramic view of China’s diary industry in 2009, including raw milk and diary production, diary products consumption, diary products trade, raw milk and dairy products price trends, the running of China’s diary industry, competition situation of China’s diary market, operating performance, investment of diary companies, the world diary market trends, the production, consumption and trade of main diary producing and trading countries, the impact of the world diary market on China’s diary industry, and predict of the development trend of China’s diary industry in 2010. The report especially conducted a comprehensive analysis on the impact of the melamine incident on China’s diary industry.

This report is the result of collective wisdom of the diary research group of BOABC. The senior diary analysts of BOABC diary research group are members of relevant government sectors and association think tank, maintaining a good relationship with relevant government departments and a good relationship with national key diary companies, associated industries and enterprises. These resource advantages provide a unique and valuable professional support for the writing of the report, and ensure the data cited are accurate, authorized, scientific and forward-looking. BOABC believes that the report is an important reference for domestic and foreign investment companies, diary companies, diary ingredient suppliers, relevant equipment suppliers to make strategic decisions, and an important reference for industry associations, research institutions and other organizations.
CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW OF CHINA’S DAIRY INDUSTRY IN 2009

1.1 Raw Milk Production
  1.1.1 Minor Decline of Dairy Cattle Inventory
  1.1.2 Slim Decline of Raw Milk Production
1.2 Dairy Processing
  1.2.1 Noticeable Rally of Liquid Milk Production
  1.2.2 Better Rally of Solid Dairy Production than Forecast
1.3 Dairy Trade
  1.3.1 Substantial Growth of Dairy Import
  1.3.2 Dairy Export Lingered at Low Level
1.4 Dairy Consumption
  1.4.1 Per Capita Milk Possession Amount Kept Steady
  1.4.2 Minor Growth of Per Capita Dairy Consumption of Urban Residents
1.5 Dairy Price
1.6 Running of the Industry
1.7 Industrial Restructuring
1.8 Dairy Policies

CHAPTER 2 POLICY ENVIRONMENT FOR CHINA’S DAIRY INDUSTRY IN 2009

2.1 Overview of Relevant Laws, Policies and Standards
2.2 Legislation
  2.2.1 Background for the “Food Safety Law”
  2.2.2 Content of the Food Safety Law
  2.2.3 Impacts on Dairy Industry from Food Safety Law
2.3 Policy
  2.3.1 Contents of Dairy Industrial Policy (2009 edition) and Impacts on Dairy Industry
  2.3.2 Content of “Interest Subsidy for Raw Milk Procurement Loans from Central Finance” and Impacts on Dairy Industrial Development
  2.3.3 Content of “Interest Subsidy for Raw Milk Procurement Loans from Central Finance” and Impacts on Dairy Cattle Farming
  2.3.4 Main Contents of the Policy of “Temporary National Reserve of Milk Powder” and Impact on Dairy Industry
  2.3.5 Contents of “Regulations on Strengthening Management over Antibiotic Residue in Raw Fresh Dairy Products” and Impacts on Dairy Industrial Development
  2.3.6 Contents of Policy for “Automatic Import Approval Management for Fresh Milk, Milk Powder and Whey” and Impact on Dairy Industry
  2.3.7 Contents of “Sino-ASEAN Investment Agreement” and Impact on Dairy Industrial Development
2.4 Standards
  2.4.1 Background for Amendment of Dairy Quality and Safety Standards
  2.4.2 Contents of “Quality and Safety Standard of Dairy Products” (draft)
  2.4.3 Impact from the New “Quality and Safety Standard of Dairy Products” on Dairy Industrial Development

CHAPTER 3 CHINA’S DAIRY PRODUCTION IN 2009

3.1 Raw Milk Production
  3.1.1 Overall Situation
  3.1.2 Dairy Cattle Inventory
  3.1.3 Raw Milk Production
  3.1.4 Regional Layout of Raw Milk Production
  3.1.5 Dairy Farming Modes
  3.1.6 Raw Milk Procurement Price
  3.1.7 Feed Price
3.2 Processing of Dairy Products
  3.2.1 Liquid Milk
  3.2.2 Solid Dairy Products
  3.2.3 Production of Milk Powder
  3.2.4 Production of Other Solid Dairy Products

CHAPTER 4 CHINA’S DAIRY TRADE IN 2009

4.1 Import of Dairy Products
  4.1.1 Overview
  4.1.2 Import Structure
4.2 Milk Powder Import
  4.2.1 Quantitative Analysis of Imports
  4.2.2 Import Structure
  4.2.3 Origins of Import
  4.2.4 Import Flow
  4.2.4 Importation Price
  4.2.5 Online Quotation of Whole Milk Powder by Fonterra
4.3 Import of Whey Products
  4.3.1 Quantitative Analysis of Whey Import
  4.3.2 Origins of Import
  4.3.3 Import Flows
  4.3.4 Importation Price
4.4 Milk Fat Import
  4.4.1 Quantitative Analysis of Import
  4.4.2 Origins of Import
  4.4.3 Importation Price
4.5 Cheese Import
  4.5.1 Quantitative Analaysis of Imports
  4.5.2 Origins of Import
  4.5.3 Analaysis of Importation Price
4.6 Fresh Dairy Import
  4.6.1 Quantitative Analaysis of Imports
  4.6.2 Origins of Import
  4.6.3 Analaysis of Importation Price
4.7 Yogurt Import
  4.7.1 Quantitative Analaysis of Import
  4.7.2 Origins of Import
  4.7.3 Analaysis of Importation Price
4.8 Dairy Export
  4.8.1 Overview
  4.8.2 Structure of Dairy Export
  4.8.3 Fresh Milk Export
  4.8.4 Milk Powder Export

CHAPTER 5 DAIRY CONSUMPTION IN CHINA IN 2009

5.1 Overview
5.2 Structure of Dairy Consumption by Urban Residents
5.3 Dairy Consuming Regions of Urban Residents
5.4 Dairy Consumption by Rural Residents
5.5 Resumption of Dairy Consumption
5.6 Raw milk Powder Price
5.7 Retail Price of Dairy Products
  5.7.1 Fresh Milk Price
  5.6.2 Yogurt Price
  5.7.3 Price of Small-pack Milk Powder
  5.7.4 Lactose Price
  5.7.5 White Sugar Price

CHAPTER 6 COMPETITION OF DAIRY MARKET IN CHINA IN 2009

6.1 Overview
6.2 Competition of Raw milk Market
6.3 Market Competition of Infant/young Child’s Formula Milk Powder
  6.3.1 Market Environment
  6.3.2 Market Share of Main Brands
6.4 Market Competition of Liquid Milk
  6.4.1 UHT Milk
  6.4.2 Yogurt
  6.4.3 Pasteurized Milk
  6.4.4 Acidified Drinks

CHAPTER 7 MAIN DAIRY COMPANIES IN 2009

7.1 Yili Group
  7.1.1 Business Revenue
  7.1.2 Status in Market Competition
  7.1.3 Strategy Adjustment of Yili after Melamine Incident
  7.1.4 Forecast of Market Prospect of Yili
7.2 Mengniu Group
  7.2.1 Business Revenue
  7.2.2 Market Competition Status
  7.2.3 Background for COFCO’s Entry into Mengniu and Impact
  7.2.4 Forecast of Business Revenue of Mengniu
7.3 Bright Dairy
  7.3.1 Business Revenue
  7.3.2 Market Competition Status
  7.3.3 Strategy Adjustment after the Melamine Incident
  7.3.4 Prospect of Bright Dairy
7.4 Sanyuan Food
  7.4.1 Business Revenue
  7.4.2 Market Competition Status
  7.4.3 Business Revenue of Hebei Sanyuan
  7.4.4 Prospect of Sanyuan Dairy
7.5 Wondersun Dairy
  7.5.1 Business Revenue
  7.5.2 Market Competition Status
  7.5.3 Strategy Adjustment after Melamine Incident
  7.5.4 Prospect of Wondersun Dairy
7.6 Yinqiao Dairy
  7.6.1 Business Revenue
  7.6.2 Market Competition Status
  7.6.3 Prospect of Yinqiao Dairy
7.7 Firmus (Feihe) Dairy
  7.7.1 Business Revenue
  7.7.2 Market Competition Status
  7.7.3 Strategy Adjustment after Melamine Incident
  7.7.3 Valuation Adjustment Mechanism
  7.7.5 Prospect of Firmus Dairy
7.8 New Hope Dairy
  7.8.1 Business Revenue
  7.8.2 Market Competition Status of New Hope Dairy
  7.8.3 Restructuring of New Hope Dairy
  7.8.4 Prospect of New Hope Dairy
7.9 Nestle
  7.9.1 Business Revenue
  7.9.2 Market Change after Melamine Incident
  7.9.3 Prospect of Nestle
7.10 Dumex
  7.10.1 Business Revenue
  7.10.2 Market Change after Melamine Incident
  7.10.3 Prospect of Dumex

CHAPTER 8 COMPANIES RELATED TO CHINA’S DAIRY INDUSTRY IN 2009

8.1 Business and Other Activities of Tetra Pak in China
  8.1.1 Business Activities in China
  8.1.2 PR Activities
8.2 Prospect of Tetra Pak in China in 2010

CHAPTER 9 DAIRY INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA IN 2009

9.1 Overview
9.2 Operational Capability of Dairy Industry

CHAPTER 10 WORLD DAIRY MARKET IN 2009

10.1 Overview
  10.1.1 Production of Milk and Dairy Products
  10.1.2 Dairy Trade
  10.1.3 Prices of Dairy Products
10.2 Dairy Market Status of Main Producing and Trading Countries in 2009
  10.2.1 New Zealand
  10.2.2 Australia
  10.2.3 United States
  10.2.4 European Union
  10.2.5 India

CHAPTER 11 OUTLOOK OF CHINA’S DAIRY INDUSTRY IN 2010

11.1 Overall Forecast
11.2 Forecast on Raw Milk Production
  11.2.1 Dairy Cattle Inventory
  11.2.2 Milk Production
  11.2.3 Layout of Raw Milk Production
11.3 Prospect of Dairy Processing
  11.3.1 Main Dairy Products
  11.3.2 Other Dairy Products
  11.3.3 Marginal Dairy Products
11.4 Forecast on Dairy Trade
  1.4.1 Import
  11.4.2 Export
11.5 Forecast on Price Trend of Raw Milk and Dairy Products
  11.5.1 Raw Milk Price
  11.5.2 Dairy Price
11.6 Forecast on Dairy Consumption
11.7 Forecast on Dairy Competition Pattern

ANNEXES

Annex 1: Milk Balance Table , 2008-2010
Annex 2: Balance Table of Whole Milk Powder, 2008-2010

FIGURE S & TABLES

Table 2-1 catalogue of fresh milk, milk powder and whey
Table 2-2 List of Standards
Figure 3-1 Changing Trend of Dairy Cattle Inventory, 1997-2009
Figure 3-2 Changing Trend of Gross Raw Milk Production, 1996-2009
Figure 3-3 Average Price Trend of Raw Milk in the 10 Producing Provinces from January to November 2009
Figure 3-4 Raw Milk Price Trend since the Melamine Incident
Figure 3-5 Trend of Average Corn Spot Price of Various Places, 2006-2009
Figure 3-6 Average Monthly Trend of Soymeal Spot Price in Various Places, 2006-2009
Figure 3-7 Average Monthly Trend of Wheat Bran Price in Various Places, 2006-2009
Figure 3-8 Output of Liquid Milk and the Trend, 2000-2009
Figure 3-9 Output of Liquid Milk and the Trend, by month, 2005-2009
Figure 3-10 Shares of Main Liquid Milk Producing Provinces in the National Total, 2009
Figure 3-11 Comparison of Liquid Milk Output among Provinces, 2009
Figure 3-12 Composition of Liquid Milk, 2000-2009
Figure 3-13 UHT Milk Production and Growth Rate, 2001-2009
Figure 3-14 Pasteurized Milk Production and Growth Rate, 2001-2009
Figure 3-15 Yogurt Production and Growth Rate, 2001-2009
Figure 3-16 Changing Trend of Production of Solid Dairy Products, 1997-2009
Figure 3-17 Changing Trend of Production of Solid Dairy Products, by Month, 2006-2009
Figure 3-18 Output of Solid Dairy Products of Different Regions, 1998-2009
Figure 3-19 Production of Solid Dairy Products of Main Provinces, 2003-2009
Figure 3-20 Proportion of Production of Solid Dairy Products of Main Provinces in National Total, 2009
Figure 3-21 Production of Milk Powder and Growing Trend, 1991-2009
Figure 3-22 Changing Trend of Production of Full-cream Milk Powder, 1999-2009
Figure 3-23 Changing Trend of Production of Skimmed Milk Powder, 1999-2009
Table 4-1 import of Dairy Products, 2008-2009
Table 4-2 Changes of Structure of Dairy Import, by Quantity, 2008-2009
Figure 4-1 Trend of Monthly Import of Milk Powder, Monthly, 2005-2009
Figure 4-2 Changes of Structure of Milk Powder Import (by Quantity), 2003-2009
Table 4-3 Source of Milk Powder Import and Changes, by Quantity, 2008-2009
Table 4-4 Flow of Milk Powder Import (Quantity), 2009
Figure 4-3 Trend of CIF Price of Milk Powder, by Month, 2005-2009
Table 4-5 Changes of Online Auction Price (1) of Whole Milk Powder from Fonterra, 2008-2009
Table 4-6 Origin of Whey Import and Changes of Proportion in Total Import, 2008-2009
Table 4-7 Destination of Imported Whey (by amount), 2008-2009
Figure 4-4, CIF Trend of Whey Product, by Month, 2005-2009
Figure 4-5, Trend of Import of Butter and Anhydrous Cream (by quantity), by Month, 2004-2009
Figure 4-6 Origins of Milk Fat Import and Changes, 2003-200
Figure 4-7, CIF Trend of Butter and Anhydrous Cream, 2005-2009
Figure 4-8, Trend of Cheese Import (by quantity), 2004-2009
Figure 4-9, changes of Cheese Import (by structure), 2004-2009
Table 4-8 Origins of Cheese Import, 2009
Figure 4-10, CIF Trend of Cheese, 2004-2009
Figure 4-11, CIF Trend of Different Cheese Varieties, 2009
Figure 4-12 Origins of Fresh Dairy Import, 2009
Figure 4-13, CIF Trend of Fresh Dairy Products, by Month, 2005-2009
Figure 4-14 Origins of Yogurt Import, 2009
Figure 4-15 CIF Trend of Yogurt, by Month, 2005-2009
Table 4-9 Dairy Export, 2009
Figure 4-16 Structure of Dairy Export (by Quantity), 2009
Figure 4-17 Changing Trend of Monthly Fresh Milk Export, by Month, 2007-2009
Table 4-10 Comparison of Monthly Importation and Exportation Prices of Fresh Milk, 2007-2009
Figure 4-18 Changing Trend of Monthly Export of Milk Powder, by Month, 2007-2009
Table 4-11 Comparison between Exportation and Importation Price of Milk Powder, 2007-2009
Figure 4-19 Export Market of Milk Powder (by Quantity), 2009
Table 5-1 Per Capita Dairy Possession Amount and Forecast, 1992-2009
Table 5-2 Per Capita Dairy Consumption of Urban Residents, 1992-2009
Table 5-3 Changes of Per Capita Expenditure on Dairy Consumption of Urban Residents, by Quarter, 2006-2009
Figure 5-1 Structure of Dairy Consumption of Urban Residents (consumption amount), by Quarter, 2005-2009
Figure 5-2 Structure of Dairy Consumption of Urban Residents (consumption volume), by Quarter, 2005-2009
Table 5-4 Changes of Per Capita Dairy Consumption (total) of Urban Residents of Different Provinces, 2007-2009
Table 5-5 Changes of Per Capita Fresh Milk Consumption of Urban Residents of Different Provinces, 2007-2009
Table 5-6 Changes of Per Capita Yogurt Consumption of Urban Residents of Different Provinces, 2007-2009
Table 5-7 Changes of Per Capita Milk Powder Consumption of Urban Residents of Different Provinces, 2007-2009
Figure 5-3 Per Capita Consumption Amount of Milk and Dairy Products of Rural Resident, 1992-2009
Table 5-8 Average Consumption of Dairy Products since Melamine Incident
Table 5-9 Quotations from Main Domestic Industrial Powder Producers in 2009
Table 5-10 Price Trend of Domestic and Foreign Industrial Powder Market in 2009
Figure 5-4 Price Trend of Fresh Milk of Urban Market, by Quarter, 2005-2009
Figure 5-5 Trend of Retail Price of Yogurt of Urban Market, 2005-2009
Figure 5-6 Price Trend of Small-pack Milk Powder of Urban Market, by Quarter, 2005-2009
Figure 5-7 Price (CIF) of Lactose, by Month, 2005-2009
Figure 5-8 Trend of Wholesale Spot Price of White Sugar, 1998-2009
Figure 6-1 Changes of Market Share of Foreign and Domestic Famous Brands, by Sales Amount, Sept., 2008 to Sept., 2009
Figure 6-2 Changes of Market Share of Foreign and Domestic Famous Brands, by Sales Revenue, Sept., 2008 to Sept., 2009
Figure 6-3 Changes of Market Share of Domestic Famous UHT Milk Brands, by Sales Amount, Nov., 2008 – Nov., 2009
Figure 6-4 Changes of Market Share of Domestic Famous UHT Milk Brands, by Sales Revenue, Nov., 2008 – Nov., 2009
Figure 6-5 Changes of Market Share of Domestic Famous Yogurt Brands, by Sales Amount, Nov., 2008 – Nov., 2009
Figure 6-6 Changes of Market Share of Domestic Famous Yogurt Brands, by Sales Revenue, Nov., 2008 – Nov., 2009
Figure 6-7 Changes of Market Share of Domestic Major Brands of Pasteurized Milk (by Production), 2007-2008
Figure 6-8 Changes of Market Share of Domestic Famous Acidified Drinks Brands, by Sales Amount, Nov., 2008 – Nov., 2009
Figure 6-9 Changes of Market Share of Domestic Famous Acidified Drinks Brands, by Sales Revenue, Nov., 2008 – Nov., 2009
Table 7-1 Total Profit of Yili in First Half of 2009
Table 7-2 Total Profit of Yili in First Three Quarters of 2009
Table 7-3 Core Business of Yili in First Half of 2009
Table 7-4 Core Business by Region of Yili in First Half of 2009
Table 7-5 Utilization of Raised Fund by Yili in 2009
Table 7-6 Utilization of Non-raised Fund
Table 7-7 Total Profit of Mengniu in First Half of 2009
Table 7-8 Revenue of Different Products of Mengniu in First Half of 2009
Table 7-9 Total Profit of Bright Dairy in First Half of 2009
Table 7-10 Total Profit of Bright Dairy in First three Quarters of 2009
Table 7-11 Core Sector of Bright Dairy in First Half of 2009
Table 7-12 Core Sector by Region of Bright Dairy in First Half of 2009
Table 7-13 Total Profit of Sanyuan Food in First Half of 2009
Table 7-14 Profit of Sanyuan Food in First Half of 2009
Table 7-15 Core Sector of Sanyuan Food in First Half of 2009
Table 7-16 Core Sector by Region of Sanyuan Food in First Half of 2009
Table 7-17 Investment with Raised Fund of Sanyuan
Table 7-18 Dairy Production of Wondersun, 2008-2009
Table 7-19 Dairy Production of Yinqiao Dairy, 2008-2009
Table 7-20 Total Profit of New Hope in First Half of 2009
Table 7-21 Core Sector of New Hope Agriculture in First Half of 2009
Figure 8-1 Recycling Amount of Tetra Pak Packaging
Table 9-1 Development Indices of Dairy Industry, 2002-2009
Table 9-2 Asset Management Ratio of Dairy Industry, 2002-2009
Figure 10-1 Global Trade Dairy WMP Auction Prices & Volumes
Figure 10-2 Price Trend of Cheese, Butter and SMP at International Market, 2005-2009
Table 10-1 Trend of Dairy Cattle Inventory of Key Countries, 2001-2009
Table 10-2 Trend of Cow Milk (raw milk) Production of Key Countries, 2001-2009
Table 10-3 Production and Trade of WMP of Key Countries, 2008-2009
Table 10-4 Production and Trade of SMP of Key Countries, 2008-2009
Table 10-5 Production and Trade of Butter and Butter Oil of Key Countries, 2008-2009
Table 10-6 Production and Trade of Cheese of Key Countries, 2008-2009
Figure 10-3 New Zealand Dairy Sector Trends (Estimates for 2009)
Table 10-7 Historical Difference between the Wholesale and Farm Gate Milk Price in New Zealand
Table 10-8 Raw Milk Balance Sheet of New Zealand, 2008-2010
Table 10-9 Supply and Demand Balance of Full-cream Powder of New Zealand, 2008-2010
Table 10-10 Supply and Demand Balance of Skimmed Powder of New Zealand, 2008-2010
Table 10-11 Supply and Demand Balance of Cheese of New Zealand, 2008-2010
Table 10-12 Supply and Demand Balance of Butter of New Zealand, 2008-2010
Figure 10-4 Total Milk Production and Usage (Million Liters)
Figure 10-5 Australian Farmgate Milk Prices (AU cents/liter)
Figure 10-6 AU/US Exchange rate (AU$ in US cents)
Table 10-13 Raw Milk Supply and Demand Balance of Australia, 2008-2010
Table 10-14 Cheese Supply and Demand Balance of Australia, 2008-2010
Table 10-15 Butter Supply and Demand Balance of Australia, 2008-2010
Table 10-16 WMP Supply and Demand Balance of Australia, 2008-2010
Table 10-17 SMP Supply and Demand Balance of Australia, 2008-2010
Table 10-18 Trend of Dairy Cattle Inventory and Milk Production in the US, 2008-2009
Table 10-19 Changes of Milk Price of Certain States in the US
Figure 10-6 Monthly Trend of Gross Cheese Production in the US, 2005-2009
Figure 10-7 Trend of Cheddar cheese in the US, 2005-2009
Figure 10-8 Monthly Whey Production of the US, 2005-2009
Figure 10-9 Monthly Trend of Whey Price of the US, 2005-2009
Figure 10-10 Monthly Production of Skimmed Powder (food grade) of the US, 2005-2009
Figure 10-11 Price Trend of SMP (Human) of the US, 2005-2009
Figure 10-12 Monthly Trend of Butter Production of the US, 2005-2009
Figure 10-13 Price Trend of Butter of the US, 2005-2009
Table 10-19 Raw Milk Supply and Demand Balance of EU 27 Countries, 2007-2009
Table 10-20 Cheese Supply and Demand Balance of EU 27 Countries, 2007-2009
Table 10-21 Butter Supply and Demand Balance of EU 27 Countries, 2007-2009
Table 10-22 WMP Supply and Demand Balance of EU 27 Countries, 2007-2009
Table 10-23 SMP Supply and Demand Balance of EU 27 Countries, 2007-2009
Figure 10-14 India Dairy Exports: MY2008/09(APR-FEB)(MT)
Figure 10-15 Export Markets for Indian Dairy Producnts in MY2008/09 & MY2007/09 (MT)
Table 10-24 Raw Milk Supply and Demand Balance of India, 2008-2010
Table 10-25 Skimmed Powder Supply and Demand Balance of India, 2008-2010
Table 10-26 Butter Supply and Demand Balance of India, 2008-2010 137
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