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Report: China’s White Wine Industry

Research and Markets has published a report entitled China’s Industry Report: White Wine Industry. In this report, it examines the production sales income, industrial output, profit value and production of China’s white wine industry, providing statistical analysis and detailed data in percentage and value terms.

From January to November in 2008, accumulative industrial output of China’s white wine manufacturing industry reached CNY146.34 billion (USD21.43 billion), increasing by 29.82 percent year on year, with a drop in the growth rate of 2.01 percentage points. Accumulative industrial sales output reached CNY138.99 billion (USD20.36), up 28.40 percent year on year, with a reduced growth rate of 2.95 percentage points compared to the same period the previous year. The sales ratio was 94.98 percent, a drop of 1.06 percentage points compared with the same period the previous year.

Over the same period, China’s accumulative production sales income from the white wine manufacturing industry reached CNY141.19 billion (USD20.68 billion), up 29.94 percent year on year, with the growth rate reduced by 4.09 percentage points compared to the same period the previous year. By the end of November, total assets of China’s white wine manufacturing industry reached CNY149.20 billion (USD21.85 billion), an increase of 19.63 percent year on year, with a rise in the growth rate of 5.36 percentage points compared to the same period the previous year.

Accumulative profit value of China’s white wine manufacturing industry reached CNY141.19 billion (USD20.68 billion), an increase of CNY5.02 billion (USD0.74  billion). The accumulative loss in value to enterprises was CNY0.44 billion (USD0.06 billion), up 49.72 percent year on year, with the growth rate increasing by 106.15 percentage points.

From January to December in 2008, accumulative production of China’s white wine industry reached 5.69 million tons, up 15.79 percent year on year, with the growth rate dropping by 6.41 percentage points compared to the same period the previous year.

In order to standardise export controls of China’s technologies, the Department of Commerce and Ministry of Science and Technology published a revision of China’s catalogue of technologies prohibited or restricted from export, which include manufacturing technologies for alcoholic beverages. For example, the computer technology for blending and flavouring Sichuan liquor, and the manufacturing techniques for maotai wine, Chinese yellow wine and Chinese yeast.

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(Source: Research and Markets)