Analyzing Base Metals in China

Date: December 22, 2011
Pages: 40
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Publisher: Aruvian's R'search
Report type: Strategic Report
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Analyzing Base Metals in China
China is the world's biggest consumer of copper, aluminum, and zinc, and has plans to restrict new aluminum projects in the next three years to consolidate base metal production and to revitalize this strategically important sector. It is expected that in the next five years, the demand for base metals will keep growing in China. In order to attract foreign investment, the Chinese government has made changes to mining regulations in recent years, which has increased the likelihood of new entrants in the Chinese mining industry.

The Chinese industry for base metals accounted for nearly $24 billion in revenues in 2010 alone, with a growth rate of almost 5%. Copper sales proved to be the most lucrative segment for the Chinese base metals industry in 2010, with total revenues of $8 billion, equivalent to 34% of the industry's overall value.

Copper demand growth is expected to slow in 2012, as the Chinese government cuts spending on the power industry by a quarter. Chinese demand will be driven by increased usage from the transport industry as more high-speed rail networks are built. The carriages of these high speed trains are now being made completely of aluminum. China's output of the light metal may reach 17.5 million tons, leaving the country with a surplus of 500,000 tons.

Major players in the industry are Jiangxi Copper, Western Mining Co. Ltd. and Zijin Mining Group Co, Ltd. Industry leader Jiangxi Copper Corporation has diversified its businesses into several commodity metals and integrated vertically forwards to provide chemical products such as arsenic trioxides and sulfuric acid.

The Chinese market is highly fragmented, although concentration within certain segments is higher. Mergers and acquisitions in this market could consolidate the market, reducing the number of players but increasing their size.

Aruvians Rsearch analyzes the Chinese base metals market in its research report Analyzing Base Metals in China. The report is a complete coverage of the base metals industry in China.

In this in-depth research offering, we begin with a definition of what base metals are, followed with an industry definition.

Moving on to the market analysis, we analyze the base metals market in China through a market overview, a look at the industry value and volume, industry segmentation, and an analysis of the competitive landscape of the industry.

Leading industry players such as Jiangxi Copper, Western Mining Co. Ltd. and Zijin Mining Group Co, Ltd. are profiled in our research offering. The leading companies in the sector are analyzed through a company profile, business segment analysis, major products and services, financial analysis, and a SWOT analysis.

Industry forecast for the Chinese Base Metals Market completes this cutting edge analysis of the Chinese base metals industry.
A. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

B. WHAT ARE BASE METALS?

C. MARKET FOR BASE METALS IN CHINA


C.1 Industry Definition
C.2 Industry Overview
C.3 Industry Value & Volume Analysis

D. INDUSTRY SEGMENTATION

E. COMPETITION IN THE INDUSTRY

F. LEADING INDUSTRY PLAYERS


F.1 Jiangxi Copper Company Limited
  F.1.1 Corporate Profile
  F.1.2 Business Segment Analysis
  F.1.3 Major Products & Services
  F.1.4 Financial Analysis
  F.1.5 SWOT Analysis
F.2 Western Mining Co Ltd
  F.2.1 Corporate Profile
  F.2.2 Business Segment Analysis
  F.2.3 Major Products & Services
  F.2.4 Financial Analysis
F.3 Zijin Mining Group
  F.3.1 Corporate Profile
  F.3.2 Business Segment Analysis
  F.3.3 Major Products & Services
  F.3.4 Financial Analysis

G. BASE METALS IN CHINA: FUTURE PERSPECTIVE

H. GLOSSARY OF TERMS
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