Analysis and Prospect Report on China's Feed Market (2009-2010)

Date: February 22, 2010
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Analysis and Prospect Report on China's Feed Market (2009-2010)
Research Background

China’s livestock husbandry production recovered quickly in 2009. At the same time, the rearing mode also changed more obviously and profoundly in China. Under the support of government policy, feed enterprises, rearing farms, even slaughter and processing companies accelerated to extend industrial chains. So, some large-scaled livestock rearing farms or rearing sub-districts emerged constantly. The demand of animal feed increased because of the improved rearing conditions, and the change of rearing mode expand the demand space of industrial feed, as well. In order to consolidate market share and face more serious competition in the future, some large-scaled feed groups sped to enlarge production capacity.

The market prices of main feed materials in China, such as corn, soybean meal, rapeseed meal, fish meal, feed additive, etc, increased in general in 2009. What’s more, at the background of government regulation, production reduction of some feed crops, incremental dependence on import and the improvement of world economic position, the feed demand in China is predicted to grow and the cost of feed will also rise in the year of 2010, as well.

So as to analyze the characteristics and trends of China’s feed market performance in the year of 2010 comprehensively and correctly, this report reviews the main changes of China’s livestock market in 2009, analyzes production increase trends and product mix changes of feed industry, summarizes market performances of corn, soybean meal, rapeseed meal, cottonseed meal, fish meal, DDGS, lysine and DL-Methionine in the year of 2009 systematically, from supply, demand, trade aspects. For those caring about China’s feed and livestock industry, this report offers systemic, comprehensive accurate and valuable references.
RESEARCH BACKGROUND I

PART ONE: OVERVIEW OF CHINA’S LIVESTOCK HUSBANDRY IN 2009 AND PROSPECTS IN 2010

1 MAIN OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CHINA’S LIVESTOCK HUSBANDRY IN 2009


1.1 Recovery Increase in Livestock and Poultry Production Volume
1.2 Discrepancy Production Benefits of Different Livestock and Poultry Varieties
1.3 Enlarged Scale Level and Enhanced Integration Degree of Livestock Production

2 REVIEW OF CHINA’S HOG HUSBANDRY IN 2009 AND PROSPECTS IN 2010

2.1 Analysis on China’s Hog Production in 2009
  2.1.1 Distribution of Hog Production in 2009
  2.1.2 Rising Number of Slaughter Pig in 2009
  2.1.3 Rise in China Pork Output in 2009
2.2 Analysis on Hog and Pork Prices in 2009
  2.2.1 Fluctuation of Hog Purchasing Price in 2009
  2.2.2 Pork Price Moved Along with Hog Purchasing Price in 2009
2.3 Normalized Pig Rearing Profit in 2009
2.4 Hog Farming Scale Tends to Rise and Hog Price Will Remain Stable in 2010

3 REVIEW OF CHINA’S MEAT POULTRY HUSBANDRY IN 2009 AND PROSPECTS IN 2010

3.1 Analysis on China’s Meat Poultry Production and Poultry Meat Supply in 2009
  3.1.1 Distribution of Meat Poultry Production in 2009
  3.1.2 Poultry Production Increased Slightly in 2009
  3.1.3 China Poultry Production Rose 3% in 2009
3.2 Analysis of Meat Poultry and Poultry Meat Prices in 2009
  3.2.1 Meat Poultry Price in 2009 Continued the Similar Trend in 2008
  3.2.2 Poultry Meat Prices in 2009 Remained Flat
3.3 Profits Tiny for Poultry Production in 2009
3.4 Poultry Production Scale Will Remain Flat with Improved Profits in 2010

4 REVIEW OF CHINA’S EGG POULTRY HUSBANDRY IN 2009 AND PROSPECTS IN 2010

4.1 2009 Analysis on China’s Egg Poultry Production and Egg Supply in 2009
  4.1.1 Distribution of Egg Poultry Production in 2009
  4.1.2 Egg Production Fell in 2009
4.2 Similar Price Trend for Poultry Egg in 2009
4.3 Severe Loss for Egg Industry in 2009
4.4 Shrinking Layer Inventory and High Egg Price in 2010

PART TWO: OVERVIEW OF CHINA’S FEED INDUSTRY IN 2009 AND PROSPECTS IN 2010

5 MAIN OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CHINA’S FEED INDUSTRY IN 2009

5.1 Industrial Feed Output Rose, but Speed Slowdown
5.2 Production Capacity Enlarged in Big Feed Group and Market Concentration increased
5.3 Industrial Chain Extension Rate Accelerated

6 ANALYSIS ON CHINA’S INDUSTRIAL FEED PRODUCTION IN 2009

6.1 Feed Output Went Down in the First Half of 2009 Year-On-Year, Rebounded Significantly in the Second Half
6.2 Variation in China’s Feed Product Mix in 2009
  6.2.1 Compound Feed Output Rose 1% Year-On-Year
  6.2.2 Concentrate Feed Production Jumped 7%
  6.2.3 Premix Feed Production Grew Steadily
6.3 Variation in China’s Feed Product Mix in 2009
  6.3.1 Pig Feed Production Rose 12% in 2009
  6.3.2 Meat Poultry Feed Decreased 1% in 2009
  6.3.3 Egg Poultry Feed Production Decreased 8.7% in 2009
  6.3.4 Aqua Feed Production Rose 9.9% in 2009
  6.3.5 Ruminant Feed Production Rose 3.5% in 2009

7 ANALYSIS ON CHINA’S INDUSTRIAL FEED TRADE IN 2009

7.1 Analysis on China’s Industrial Feed Export in 2009
  7.1.1 Export Quantity Down 18%, Export Price Up 15%
  7.1.2 Wider Reach in Export Market
7.2 Analysis on China’s Industrial Feed Import in 2009
  7.2.1 Feed Imports Rose Slightly, Price Declined
  7.2.2 US Remained the Largest Exporter to China

8 ANALYSIS ON PRICE AND PROCESSING BENEFIT OF CHINA’S INDUSTRIAL FEED IN 2009

8.1 Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry Feed Prices Continued to Rise
8.2 Better Margins for Pig, Meat and Egg Poultry Feed

9 PROSPECTS OF CHINA’S FEED INDUSTRY STATUS IN 2010

9.1 Feed Output Tends to Rise and Be More Consolidated
9.2 Feed Cost and Feed Price Stay High

PART THREE: OVERVIEW OF CHINA’S MAIN FEED MATERIALS MARKETS IN 2009 AND PROSPECTS IN 2010

10 ANALYSIS ON CHINA’S CORN MARKET IN 2009


10.1 Government Regulation and Related Policies towards Corn Market
  10.1.1 Collection and Storage Policy of Corn in 2008 and 2009
  10.1.2 Auction Policy of Temporary Storage Corn
  10.1.3 Corn Sales Policy towards Corn Processors
  10.1.4 Change in Trade Policy towards Corn and Processed Products
10.2 Analysis on Production of Corn
  10.2.1 Corn Production Fell in 2009
  10.2.2 Rising Production Costs and Shrinking Returns
10.3 Analysis on Trade of Corn
  10.3.1 2009 Corn Exports Hit the New Low, Export Prices Down
  10.3.2 North Korea Remained the Top Importer
  10.3.3 2009 Corn Imports Was 83,000 Tons, Import Prices Averaged US$220/Ton
  10.3.4 Export Country of Origin Import in 2009
10.4 Analysis on Demand of Corn
  10.4.1 2009 Corn Demand Remained Flat
  10.4.2 Share of Corn for Feed Use Gained, While That for Industrial Use Fell in 2009
  10.4.3 Greater Regional Difference of Corn consumption
10.5 Analysis on Price of Corn
  10.5.1 Change in Corn Purchase Price in Production Regions in 2009
  10.5.2 Corn Price Trend in Consumption Regions
  10.5.3 Trend in Corn Purchase Price
  10.5.4 Trend in Spot Price at Ports
10.6 Prospects of Corn Market Status in 2010

11 ANALYSIS ON CHINA’S SOYBEAN MEAL MARKET IN 2009

11.1 Analysis on Government Policies and Impact on Soybean Meal Market
  11.1.1 Collection and Storage Policy of Soybean
  11.1.2 Auction Policy of Temporary Storage Soybean
  11.1.3 Efforts to Curb Overcapacity and Reconstruction
11.2 Soybean Production Will Rise 8.3% in 2009
11.3 Analysis on Demand of Soybean Meal
  11.3.1 Demand for Soybean Meal Will Rise 10%
  11.3.2 Demand in Shandong, Henan, Liaoning, Guangdong Will Remain Robust
11.4 Analysis on Trade of Soybean Meal
  11.4.1 Soybean Exports down, Price up in 2009
  11.4.2 Japan Is the Largest Importer
11.5 Soybean Meal Prices Remained Lower than Previous Year
11.6 Market Analysis on Soybean Meal in 2010

12 ANALYSIS ON CHINA’S RAPESEED MEAL MARKET IN 2009

12.1 Analysis on Government Policies and Impact on Rapeseed Meal Market
  12.1.1 Collection and Storage Policy of Rapeseed
  12.1.2 Emergency Quarantine Measure of Import Rapeseed
12.2 Rapeseed Meal Imports Rose 1 Million Tons
12.3 Analysis on Demand of Rapeseed Meal
  12.3.1 Rapeseed Demand Remained Robust On Rising Aquaculture Production
  12.3.2 Rapeseed Consumption Focused in the Yangtze River Reaches
12.4 Analysis on Trade of Rapeseed Meal
  12.4.1 2009 Rapeseed Exports Rose, Prices Hiked
  12.4.2 Majority of the Exports Went to Neighboring Countries
  12.4.3 2009 Rapeseed Imports Rose Slightly, Import Prices Slipped
  12.4.4 90% of the 2009 Imports Came from India
12.5 Analysis on Price of Rapeseed Meal
12.6 Prospects of Rapeseed Meal Market Status in 2010

13 ANALYSIS ON CHINA’S COTTONSEED MEAL MARKET IN 2009

13.1 Analysis on Production of Cottonseed Meal
13.2 Analysis on Demand of Cottonseed Meal
  13.2.1 Cottonseed Meal Consumption Tended to Fall in 2009
  13.2.2 Consumption Focused in North, Northeast and West China
13.3 Analysis on Trade of Cottonseed Meal
  13.3.1 2009 Cottonseed Meal Exports Rose Slightly with Lower Prices
  13.3.2 96% of 2009 Exports Went to South Korea
13.4 Analysis on Price of Cottonseed Meal
13.5 Prospects of Cottonseed Meal Market Status in 2010

14 ANALYSIS ON CHINA’S FISH MEAL MARKET IN 2009

14.1 Analysis on Trade of Fish Meal
  14.1.1 2009 Fishmeal Imports and Prices Slipped
  14.1.2 81% of the Total Imports Came from Peru and Chile
14.2 Analysis on Domestic Fish Meal Production
  14.2.1 Homemade Fishmeal Production Fell Slightly
  14.2.2 Fish Meal Production in Bohai Bay Decreased, While That in Zhejiang and Shandong Remained Stable
14.3 Analysis on Demand of Fish Meal
  14.3.1 Consumption Continued to Rise in 2009
  14.3.2 Consumption Structure of Fish Meal in 2009
14.4 Analysis on Price of Fish Meal
14.5 Prospects of Fish Meal Market Status in 2010

15 ANALYSIS ON CHINA’S DDGS MARKET IN 2009

15.1 Analysis on Production of DDGS
  15.1.1 Analysis on Production Enterprises and Production Region of DDGS in China
  15.1.2 2009 DDGS Production Rose Slightly
15.2 Analysis on Trade of DDGS
  15.2.1 2009 DDGS Exports Quantity and Export Prices Slumped
  15.2.2 2009 DDGS Exports Focused in Asia
  15.2.3 2009 DDGS Imports Exploded with Significantly Lower Prices
  15.2.4 98% of the 2009 Imports Came from the US
15.3 Analysis on Demand of DDGS
  15.3.1 DDGS Consumption Remained Flat
  15.3.2 Northeast and North China Topped DDGS Consumption
15.4 Analysis on Price of DDGS
15.5 Prospects of DDGS Market Status in 2010
  15.5.1 2010 DDGS Supply Will Remain Sufficient
  15.5.2 2010 Consumption Tends to Rise

16 ANALYSIS ON CHINA’S FEED ADDITIVE MARKET IN 2009

16.1 Analysis on China’s Lysine Market in 2009
  16.1.1 Analysis on Production of Lysine
  16.1.2 Analysis on Demand of Lysine
  16.1.3 Analysis on Trade of Lysine
  16.1.4 Analysis on Price of Lysine in 2009
  16.1.5 Prospects of China’s Lysine Market Status in 2010
16.2 Analysis on China’s DL-Methionine Market in 2009
  16.2.1 Analysis on China’s Production Enterprises and Capacity Preparation
  16.2.2 Analysis on Demand of DL-Met
  16.2.3 Analysis on Trade of DL-Met
  16.2.4 Analysis on Price of DL-Met in 2009
  16.2.5 Prospects of China’s DL-Met Market Status in 2010

FIGURE CONTENTS

Map 1-1, Distribution of Hog Production by County in China
Map 1-2, Distribution of Meat Poultry Production by County in China
Map 1-3, Distribution of Egg Production by County in China
Map 3-1, Distribution of Corn Production by County in China
Map 3-2, Distribution of Corn Demand by Province in China in 2009
Map 3-3, Distribution of Soybean Meal Demand by Province in China in 2009
Map 3-4, Distribution of Rapeseed Meal Demand by Province in China in 2009
Map 3-5, Distribution of Cottonseed Meal Demand by Province in China in 2009
Map 3-6, Distribution of Fish Meal Demand by Province in China in 2009
Map 3-7, Distribution of DDGS Demand by Province in China in 2009
Map 3-8, Distribution of Lysine Demand by Province in China in 2009
Map 3-9, Distribution of DL-Methionine Demand by Province in China in 2009

Fig.1-1, Variation in Hog Production in China (1980-2009)
Fig.1-2, Variation in Pork Output in China (1980-2009)
Fig.1-3, Variation in Hog Purchasing Price in China (2007-2009)
Fig.1-4, Variation in Pork Price of 36 Large and Medium-sized Cities in China, 2008-2009
Fig.1-5, Variation in Hog Raising Benefit in China, 2007-2009
Fig.1-6, Variation in Meat Poultry Production in China (1980-2009)
Fig.1-7, Variation in Poultry Meat Output in China (1985-2009)
Fig.1-8, Variation in Purchase Prices of Meat Poultry in China, 2008-2009
Fig.1-9, Variation in Poultry Meat Price of 36 Large and Medium-sized Cities in China, 2008-2009
Fig.1-10, Variation in Egg Poultry Raising Benefit in China, 2008-2009
Fig.1-11, Variation in Poultry Egg Output in China, 1982-2009
Fig.1-12, Variation in Egg Price of 36 Large and Medium-sized Cities in China, 2008-2009
Fig.1-13, Variation in Egg Poultry Raising Benefit in China, 2008-2009
Fig.2-1, Variation in Industrial Feed Output in China, 1996-2009
Fig.2-2, China’s Industrial Feed Output by Month, 2007-2009
Fig.2-3, Variation in Output and Proportion of Compound Feed in China, 1996-2009
Fig.2-4, Variation in Output and Proportion of Concentrated Feed in China, 1996-2009
Fig.2-5, Variation in Output and Proportion of Additive Premix Feed in China, 1996-2009
Fig.2-6, Variation in Output of Industrial Feed by Livestock Variety in China, 2001-2009
Fig.2-7, Variation in Export Volume and Price of Industrial Feed in China, 2000-2009
Fig.2-8, China’s Industrial Feed Export by Country of Destination in 2009
Fig.2-9, Variation in Import Volume and Price of Industrial Feed in China,2000-2009
Fig.2-10, China’s Industrial Feed Import by Original Country in 2009
Fig.2-11, Variation in Prices of Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry Compound Feed, 2007-2009
Fig.2-12, Variation in Processing Benefits of Hog, Meat Poultry and Egg Poultry Compound Feeds, 2007-2009
Fig 3-1, Transaction Volume and Rate of Auctions of Temporary Corn Reserve in the Northeast (July 21st, 2009 – November 24th, 2009)
Fig 3-2, Transaction Volume and Rate of Auctions of Temporary Corn Reserve in the South China (September 15st, 2009 – December 29th, 2009)
Fig.3-3, Variation in Corn Acreage in China, 1979-2009
Fig.3-4, Variation in Corn Yield in China, 1979-2009
Fig.3-5, Variation in Corn Output in China, 1979-2009
Fig.3-6, Variation in Material Cost, Labor Cost and Land Cost of China’s Corn, 2003-2009
Fig.3-7, Variation in Gross Output Value of Corn in China, 2003-2009
Fig.3-8, Variation in Total Production Cost, Benefit and Cost-Benefit Ratio of China’s Corn, 2003-2009
Fig.3-9, Variation in Export Volume and Price of Corn in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-10, China’s Corn Exports by Country of Destination in 2009
Fig.3-11, Variation in Import Volume and Price of Corn in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-12, China’s Corn Imports by Original Country in 2009
Fig.3-13, Variation in Demand Volume of Corn in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-14, Variation in Demand Structure of Corn in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-15, Variation in Average Purchasing Prices of Corn in the Northeast, 2008-2009
Fig.3-16, Variation in Average Purchasing Prices of Corn in Huanghuaihai District, 2008-2009
Fig.3-17, Variation in Average Sales Prices of Corn in the South, 2008-2009
Fig.3-18, Variation in Average Purchasing Prices of Corn by Major Processing Companies, 2008-2009
Fig.3-19, Variation in Average Sales Prices of Corn in Major Ports, 2008-2009
Fig.3-20, Variation in Soybean Meal Output in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-21, Variation in Soybean Meal Demand in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-22, Variation in Export Volume and Price of Soybean Meal in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-23, China’s Soybean Meal Exports by Country of Destination in 2009
Fig.3-24, Variation in Average Prices of Soybean Meal in China, 2008-2009
Fig.3-25, Variation in Rapeseed Meal Output in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-26, Variation in Rapeseed Meal Demand in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-27, Variation in Export Volume and Price of Rapeseed Meal in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-28, China’s Rapeseed Meal Exports by Country of Destination in 2009
Fig.3-29, Variation in Import Volume and Price of Rapeseed Meal in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-30, China’s Rapeseed Meal Exports by Country of Destination in 2009
Fig.3-31, Variation in Average Prices of Rapeseed Meal in China, 2008-2009
Fig.3-32, Variation in Cottonseed Meal Output in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-33, Variation in Cottonseed Meal Demand in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-34, Variation in Export Volume and Price of Cottonseed Meal in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-35, China’s Cottonseed Meal Exports by Country of Destination in 2009
Fig.3-36, Variation in Average Prices of Cottonseed Meal in China, 2008-2009
Fig.3-37, Variation in Import Volume and Price of Fish Meal in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-38, China’s Fish Meal Imports by Original Country in 2009
Fig.3-39, Variation in Fish Meal Output in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-40, Variation in Fish Meal Demand in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-41, Demand Structure of Fish Meal in China in 2009
Fig.3-42, Variation in Average Prices of Imported Fish Meal for FAQ65%, SD65% and SD67% Contents in Major Ports, 2007-2009
Fig.3-43, Distribution of China’s DDGS Production Capacity in China in 2009
Fig.3-44, Variation in DDGS Output in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-45, Variation in Export Volume and Price of DDGS in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-46, China’s DDGS Exports by Country of Destination in 2009
Fig.3-47, Variation in Import Volume and Price of DDGS in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-48, China’s DDGS Imports by Original Country in 2009
Fig.3-49, Variation in DDGS Demand in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-50, Variation in Average Prices of DDGS in China, 2008-2009
Fig.3-51, Distribution of China’s Lysine Production Capacity in China in 2009
Fig.3-52, Variation in Lysine Output in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-53, Variation in Lysine Demand in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-54, Variation in Export Volume and Price of Lysine (Include Ester and Salt) in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-55, China’s Lysine (Include Ester and Salt) Exports by Country of Destination in 2009
Fig.3-56, Variation in Import Volume and Price of Lysine (Include Ester and Salt) in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-57, China’s Lysine (Include Ester and Salt) Imports by Original Country in 2009
Fig.3-58, Variation in Prices of 98.5% and 65% Contents Lysine in China, 2007-2009
Fig.3-59, Variation in DL-Methionine Demand in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-60, Variation in Import Volume and Price of DL-Methionine in China, 2000-2009
Fig.3-61, China’s DL-Methionine Imports by Original Country in 2009
Fig.3-62, Variation in Prices of Solid and Liquid DL-Methionine in China, 2007-2009

ATTACHED TABLES

Table 2-1, New-built and Ongoing Feed projects in 2009
Table 3-1 Purchasing Volume for Each Batch of Temporary Corn Reserves, 2008-2009
Table 3-2 Purchasing Volume for Each Batch of Temporary Soybean Reserves, 2008~2009
Attached Table 1, Live Hog Production in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 2, Output of Pork in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 3, Meat Poultry Production in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 4, Output of Poultry Meat in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 5, Output of Egg in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 6, Output of Industrial Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 7, Output of Compound Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 8, Output of Hog Compound Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 9, Output of Egg Poultry Compound Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 10, Output of Meat Poultry Compound Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 11, Output of Ruminant Compound Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 12, Output of Aquatic Compound Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 13, Output of Concentrated Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 14, Output of Hog Concentrate Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 15, Output of Egg Poultry Concentrate Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 16, Output of Meat Poultry Concentrate Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 17, Output of Ruminant Concentrate Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 18, Output of Aquatic Concentrate Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 19, Output of Additive Premix Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 20, Output of Hog Additive Premix Feed in China and Each Province, 2000-2009
Attached Table 21, Output of Egg Poultry Additive Premix Feed in China and Each Province, 2000-2009
Attached Table 22, Output of Meat Poultry Additive Premix Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 23, Output of Ruminant Additive Premix Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 24, Output of Aquatic Additive Premix Feed in China and Each Province, 2001-2009
Attached Table 25, Production Cost, Benefit and Cost-Benefit Ratio of Corn in China,2003-2009
Attached Table 26, China Corn Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2004/05-2009/10
Attached Table27, China Soybean Meal Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2004/05-2009/10
Attached Table 28, China Rapeseed Meal Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2004/05-2009/10
Attached Table29, China Cottonseed Meal Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2004/05-2009/10
Attached Table 30, China Fish Meal Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2004-2010
Attached Table 31, China DDGS Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2004-2010
Attached Table 32, China Lysine Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2004-2010
Attached Table 33, China DL-Methionine Supply and Demand Balance Sheet, 2004-2010
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