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China Dairy Industry Statistics 2010

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 07/2010
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"China's dairy industry statistics 20010" is the time to reflect the basic situation of China's dairy industry by the China Dairy Industry Yearbook editor to edit a comprehensive concise statistics this year. "China's dairy statistics 2010", in addition to China's dairy industry and in 2009 included targets related information, also contains some historical information. Content includes: comprehensive, raw milk, processing, consumption, capital markets, local dairy, dairy trading, International Dairy, a total of eight columns. In order to ensure the publication of statistical information timeliness, information around 2009, most of the information for the dairy departments and industry associations by collecting statistical data, therefore, the data for reference only, the official data are then published in the "Chinese milk Industry Almanac 2010 "shall prevail. The statistics data is limited to the 31 mainland provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities, do not include Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Region and Taiwan Province of information. The statistics are compiled and the first half of next year for all levels of government, associations, enterprises, institutions and the promotion of teaching and research units see.
Table of Contents
1. Syndicated news 1
1-1 Basic 6
1-1-1 Chinese dairy industry's position in the world dairy 6
1-1-2 China's dairy industry's position in the national economy 6
The basic situation of China's dairy industry 7 1-1-3
Production level of 1-2 9
1-2-1 regional milk production, per capita and the order of precedence 9
1-2-2 regional milk production, per capita, and Rank 10
1-2-3 regional dairy herds at the end of the number and order of precedence for each share of 11 million people
1-3 Industry 12
Value of 12 regional Cow 1-3-1
1-3-2 dairy farmers of all income 13
1-3-3 regional dairy farmers and the average size of 14 households
1-3-4 regional-scale dairy farms (community) 15
1-3-5 regional scale dairy case 16
1-4 dairy market 20
1-4-1 regional average price of 20 raw milk
2. 21 raw milk
2-1 of 23 milk production
National milk production of 23 2-1-1
2-1-2 24 regional milk production
2-1-3 25 regional milk production
2-1-436 milk production of 26 large and medium cities
2-1-5 27 parts of yak milk production
2-1-6 27 parts of water, milk yield
2-1-7 goat production in parts of 27
2-2 of 28 dairy herds
2-2-1 the number of livestock on hand at the end of the national dairy 28
2-2-2 regional dairy cows at the end of its population of 29 percent
2-2-336 large and medium cities in dairy cows at the end of stock levels into 30
2-2-4 the number of parts on hand at the end of 31 yak
2-2-5 parts of the buffalo herds in late 31
2-2-6 parts of the dairy goat herds in late 31
2-3 of 32 dairy cattle breeding
2-3-12009 National and major bull breeding herds of 32 companies
2-3-22009 breeding unit of Major production in dairy cattle breeding semen 33
2-3-3 Determination of key provinces DHI dairy production performance of 35 key indicators
2-3-4 Determination of key provinces DHI scale dairy production performance of different herds of 36 cases
2-3-5 breeding in China, foreign institutions in 37 major
Milk base 37 2-4
2-4-12009 National milk production of 37 provinces in the top ten
2-4-22009 National milk production of 38 top ten cities
2-4-32009 National more than 500,000 tons of milk production level city (region) 38
2-4-42009 National milk production is 10 tons or more of the county (district) or county-level cities 39
2-4-5 major cities in the country (region) of 41 dairy herds
2-4-6 major cities in the country (region) of milk production 46
2-4-7 in major counties (districts) and county-level cities 51 cow herds
2-4-8 in major counties (districts) and county-level cities 61 milk production
71 2-5 scale farming enterprise
2-5-1 situation in major farming enterprise 71
2-6 dairy goat, buffalo and yak milk base 72
2-6-1 in major dairy goat farming provinces, regions 72
2-6-2 buffalo breeding in major provincial, district 72
2-6-3 yak breeding in major provincial, district 73
3. Processing 75
3-1 of 79 dairy companies
3-1-1 nationwide sales of more than 5.0 billion dairy business 79
3-1-2 sales of 1 billion more than the country's dairy companies 79
3-1-3 sales of 300 million more than the country's dairy companies 79
3-1-4 sales of 100 million more than the country's dairy companies 80
3-1-5 nationwide more than 1,000 tons daily capacity of 80 businesses
3-1-6 daily processing capacity of national enterprises with more than 81 500 tons
3-1-7 daily processing capacity of national enterprises with more than 81 300 tons
3-1-8 daily processing capacity of national enterprises with more than 82 300 tons
3-2 dairy industry 92
3-2-1 Basic 92 national dairy enterprises
China dairy companies of different sizes 3-2-2 Basic 92
3-2-3 national dairy enterprises of different economic types of basic conditions of 93
3-2-4 Number of 94 regional dairy enterprises
3-2-5 output value of 95 regional dairy enterprises
3-2-6 regional dairy business assets 96
3-2-7 regional dairy enterprise product cost of sales 97
3-2-8 regional dairy product sales of 98 companies
3-2-9 regional dairy business profits 99
3-2-10 regional dairy enterprises employed 100
3-2-11 regional dairy industry sales taxes and additional 101
3-3 of 102 dairy production
3-3-1 National Dairy production 102
3-3-2 regions of liquid milk production 103
3-3-3 regional UHT milk, pasteurized milk, yogurt production 104
3-3-436 large and medium cities in UHT milk, pasteurized milk, yogurt production 105
3-3-5 regional dry milk production 106
3-3-6 regional milk production 107
3-3-736 milk output of 108 medium to large cities
3-4 109 dairy companies
3-4-12009 situation Overseas listed companies 109
3-4-22009 annual core dairy case of listed companies 109
3-4-3 in 2009 109 cases concurrently dairy companies
3-5 110 foreign dairy companies
110 liquid milk producers foreign 3-5-1
3-5-2 110 foreign milk powder producers
3-5-3 110 foreign milk powder-packing company
3-5-4 110 foreign cheese producers
4. 111 consumers
4-1 of urban residents per capita annual household expenditure on food consumption 113
4-2 of urban residents per capita annual household consumption expenditure 114 dairy
4-3 years of urban residents per capita household purchases dairy products Table 115
4-436 sized urban families to buy dairy products per capita table of 117
4-5 liquid milk, yogurt and milk powder market share 119
4-5-1 CTR urban liquid milk market share of the country's 15 119
4-5-2 CTR yogurt market share of 15 cities of the country 120
4-5-3 CTR 15 cities nationwide market share of 120 milk powder
5. Capital Markets 121
5-1 2009, 122 new projects around the dairy industry
5-2 throughout the dairy industry in 2010 pre-built 122 new projects
5-3 in 2009 over 122 dairy business expansion
5-4 dairy business in 2010 over 124 pre-built expansion
6. Over 125 dairy
7. Dairy industry trade 157
7-1 breeding stock trading 161
7-1-1 National semen and embryos imported cattle and their value 161
7-1-2 improved seed source value 161 cattle imports
7-1-3 improved seed value 161 cattle importer
7-1-4 improved seed money of 162 cattle export destination
7-1-5 improved seed money of 162 cattle exporter
7-1-6 embryonic sources of imports for money 163
7-1-7 embryonic importer Money 163
7-1-8 bovine frozen semen import source for money 164
7-1-9 bovine frozen semen importer Money 164
7-2 forage trade 165
7-2-1 Other sources of imports valued grass feed 165
7-2-2 Other grass feed importer value 165
7-2-3 Other prepared animal feed sources of imports for money 166
7-2-4 Other prepared animal feed importer Money 167
7-3 175 dairy trading
7-3-1 for money in major dairy imports 175
7-3-2 in major dairy export value of 175
7-3-3 liquid milk sources of imports for money 176
7-3-4 importer of liquid milk value 177
7-3-5 liquid milk export destination for money 177
7-3-6 liquid milk exporter of value 178
7-3-7 milk sources of imports for money 178
7-3-8 milk importer Money 179
7-3-9 milk export destination for money 179
7-3-10 milk exporter of value 180
7-3-11 yogurt sources of imports for money 180
7-3-12 yogurt importer Money 181
7-3-13 yogurt export destination for money 181
7-3-14 yogurt exporter of value 181
7-3-15 dry dairy sources of imports for money 182
7-3-16 dry milk importer Money 184
7-3-17 dry dairy export destination for money 185
7-3-18 dry dairy export value of 186 districts
7-3-19 187 milk powder imported sources of money
7-3-20 milk powder importer Money 188
7-3-21 189 milk powder export destination for money
7-3-22 milk powder exporter value 190
7-3-23 butter sources of imports for money 191
7-3-24 butter importer Money 192
7-3-25 butter export destination for money 192
7-3-26 cream exporter of value 193
7-3-27 193 whey sources of imports for money
7-3-28 194 whey importer for money
7-3-29 195 whey export destination for money
7-3-30 exporter of value whey 196
7-3-31 condensed milk sources of imports for money 196
7-3-32 condensed milk importer Money 197
7-3-33 condensed milk export destination for money 197
7-3-34 condensed milk exporter of value 198
7-3-35 cheese sources of imports for money 198
7-3-36 cheese importer Money 199
7-3-37 cheese export destination for money 200
7-3-38 cheese exporter of value 200
8. International Dairy 201
World milk production 202 8-1
8-2 202 regions of the world milk production
8-3 the world's major national water milk production 202
Other milk production 203 8-4
The world's major countries 8-5 203 dairy herds
8-6 204 countries around the world milk production
8-7 the world's leading national commodity milk production 205
8-8 major countries of the world's liquid milk production 206
8-9 countries around the world drink milk, yogurt and fermented milk production 206
8-10 207 countries around the world butter production
8-11 207 countries around the world cheese production
8-12 208 countries around the world milk production
8-13 full-fat and half the world's major countries, skimmed, skimmed milk powder production 208
8-14 the world's major dairy exports 209 countries
8-15 dairy imports the world's major countries, 210
8-16 the world's leading liquid milk consumption in 211 countries
8-17 countries around the world drink milk, fermented milk consumption of 211
8-18 butter consumption in the world's major countries, 212
8-19 of cheese consumption in the world's major countries, 212
9. Major national dairy industry 213
8-19 of cheese consumption in the world's major countries, 212
9. The world's top 20 dairy companies 227
10-12009 Top 20 Global Dairy Company 228
 
 
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1. Comprehensive
       
Figure 1-1 2009 Cow animal husbandry output value accounted for the proportion of 2
       
Figure 1-2 the main provinces in 2009, the proportion of the country's total output value of Cow 2
       
Figure 1-3 2001-2009 National dairy herds 2
       
Figure 1-4 2001-2009 National milk production 3
       
Figure 1-5 2001-2009 national liquid milk yield 3
       
Figure 1-6 2001-2009 3 National dry milk production
       
Figure 1-7 2001-2009 of urban residents per capita dairy consumption expenditure 4
       
Figure 1-8 2001-2009 4 National imports and exports of dairy products
       
Figure 1-9 2001-2009 National Cattle imports for money 4
       
Figure 1-10 2001-2009 5 National embryo import value
       
Figure 1-11 milk per capita share of the top five of the provinces, municipalities, autonomous regions and 5
       
Figure 1-12 million people in possession of the number of the top five dairy provinces, municipalities, autonomous regions and 5
2. Raw milk
       
Figure 2-1 2009 22 regional distribution of milk production
       
Figure 2-2 2009, 22 regional distribution of milk production
       
Figure 2-3 2009, the geographical distribution of 22 dairy herds
3. Processing
       
Figure 3-1 Liquid Milk yield top five provinces, municipalities, autonomous regions and 77
       
Figure 3-2 2009, 77 regional distribution of liquid milk production
       
Figure 3-3 2009, 78 regional distribution of dry dairy production
       
Figure 3-4 Dry milk yield top five provinces, municipalities, autonomous regions and 78
4. Consumer
       
Figure 4-1 2001-2009 National Urban food, dairy consumption expenditure 112
       
Figure 4-2 2001-2009 Consumption Structure of China's urban population of 112 dairy
       
Figure 4-3 2009 National Dairy consumption structure of urban residents in 112
7. Dairy Trade
7-1 breeding stock trade
       
Figure 7-1-12001-2009 National Cattle import value of 158
       
Figure 7-1-2 kind of cattle imports of major countries of origin 158
       
Figure 7-1-32009 crops planted in the main area of 158 cattle imports
       
Figure 7-1-42001-2009 159 National embryo import value
       
Figure 7-1-5 the main source of imports of 159 embryos
       
Figure 7-1-62009 159 Fetal main areas of imports
       
Figure 7-1-72001-2009 National cattle imported frozen semen for money 160
       
Figure 7-1-82009 imports of beef and frozen semen the major source of 160
       
Figure 7-1-92009 main imports of beef and frozen semen in 160
7-3 dairy trade
       
Figure 7-3-1 in 2009 imports of dairy products, 168 sub-species
       
Figure 7-3-22009 year, dry dairy products in China's total share of imports accounted for 168
       
Figure 7-3-32009 year, dry countries the main source of imported dairy products 168
       
Figure 7-3-4 in 2009 the main source of liquid milk imports 169
       
Figure 7-3-52001-2009 value of imports in the national milk powder 169
       
Figure 7-3-62001-2009 average import price of 169 in milk
       
Figure 7-3-7 in 2009 the main source of imported milk powder 170
       
Figure 7-3-8 in 2009 imports of milk powder 170, the main areas
       
Figure 7-3-92001-2009 import value in whey 170
       
Figure 7-3-10 in 2009 the main source of whey imports 171
       
Figure 7-3-11 2009 171 whey imports of the main areas
       
Figure 7-3-12 2001-2009 171 years of cheese import value
       
Figure 7-3-13 in 2009 the main source of imported cheese, 172
       
Figure 7-3-14 cheese imports in 2009 of 172 major areas
       
Figure 7-3-15 2009, exports 172 varieties of dairy products sub-
       
Figure 7-3-16 173 2001-2009 annual export volume of fresh milk
       
Figure 7-3-17 main areas in 2009 exports of fresh milk 173
       
Figure 7-3-18 milk powder exports in 2001-2009 173
       
Figure 7-3-19 milk powder exports by main regions in 2009 174
       
Figure 7-3-20 174 2001-2009 exports in condensed milk
       
Figure 7-3-21 2009 174 main areas condensed milk exports
China Dairy Industry Statistics 2010
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