Friday, May 9, 2014

China Cement Industry Report, 2012-2015 By Big Market Research

According to the data of National Bureau of Statistics, the cement output in China amounted to 2.063 billion tons in 2011, witnessing a year-on-year rise of 16.1%. The sales reached RMB919.78 billion all year round, rising by 36.9% from a year earlier; profit and tax touched RMB146.43 billion, up 58% YoY; profits were RMB102 billion, up 67% YoY, contributing 36.5% of total profits of building materials industry. The sales-output ratio reached 96.9% all year round. From January to June of 2012, the cement output nationwide accumulated to 990 million tons, rising by 5.5% from a year earlier. 
As of December 2011, there have been 3,853 cement enterprises nationwide, most of which are focusing on regional operation. 
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Table Of Content
1.Overview of Cement Industry in China
1.1 Definition and Classification
1.2 Industrial Chain
2. Development Environment of Cement Industry in China
2.1 Policy Environment
2.1.1 Key Policies
2.1.2 12th Five Year Plan for Cement Industry
2.1.3 Target of Eliminating Backward Capacities during 12th Five Year Period
2.1.4 Interim Administrative Measures for the Announcement on Access to the Cement Industry
3. Market Scale and Forecast of Cement Industry in China
3.1 Output and Capacity
3.1.1 Output
3.1.2 Newly Added Capacity
3.2 Demand
3.3 Price
3.3.1 North China
3.3.2 Northeast
4. Competitive Landscape of Cement Industry in China
4.1 Enterprise Feature Analysis
4.1.1 Quantity and Scale Distribution of Cement Enterprises
4.1.2 Assets and Distribution
4.1.3 Losses
4.1.4 Profitability
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