Supply and Demand of Grain Crops in China

 Published On: May, 2014 |    No of Pages: 18 |  Published By: CCM International Limited | Format: PDF
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Grain crops are the major crops in China. Grain crops in this report include cereal crops, beans and tubers. Their total planting area accounts for nearly 70% of the domestic total. Grain is always an important good in people's livelihood, and food security is even a major strategic issues related to national economic development, social stability and national independence.

The total output of grain crops has kept increasing for 10 consecutive years from 2004 to 2013. With the development of industrialization and urbanization, increasing population and improving living standards, the rigid demand for grain crops has kept increasing in recent decade. The balance of grain supply and demand in China is tight, and food security faces sever challenges. And this trend will continue in the future.

In this report, the supply and demand situation of grain crops in China is analyzed exhaustively in the following aspects:

- Overview of the whole supply and demand situation of grain crops in China.
- Supply and demand of major crops (rice, wheat, corn and soybean), including output, consumption, import and export.
- Analysis of factors influencing the supply and demand of major grain crops in China.
- The future trends of supply and demand of grain crops in China.

1 Overview
1.1 Supply
1.2 Demand
2 Supply and demand of major crops
2.1 Corn
2.2 Rice
2.3 Wheat
2.4 Soybean
3 Prediction
3.1 Factors
3.2 Future trend
4 Conclusion

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1-1 Output of grain crops in China, 2000-2012, million tonne
Figure 1-2 Self-sufficiency of major grain crops in China, 2000-2012, million tonne
Figure 1.1-1 Supply of major crops in China, 2000-2012, million tonne
Figure 1.1-2 Supply structure of major grain crops by source in China, 2000 and 2012
Figure 1.1-3 Supply structure of major grain crops in China, 2000 and 2012
Figure 1.2-1 Consumption of major crops in China, 2000-2012, million tonne
Figure 1.2-2 Consumption structure of major grain crops by crops in China, 2000 and 2012
Figure 1.2-3 Consumption structure of major grain crops by downstream industry in China, 2006 and 2012
Figure 2.1-1 Output and consumption of corn in China, 2000-2012, million tonne
Figure 2.1-2 Import and export volume of corn in China, 2000-2012, '000 tonne
Figure 2.1-3 Consumption structure of corn in China, 2012
Figure 2.2-1 Output and consumption of rice in China, 2000-2012, million tonne
Figure 2.2-2 Import and export volume of rice in China, 2000-2012, '000 tonne
Figure 2.2-3 Consumption structure of rice in China, 2012
Figure 2.3-1 Output and consumption of wheat in China, 2000-2012, million tonne
Figure 2.3-2 Import and export volume of wheat in China, 2000-2012, '000 tonne
Figure 2.3-3 Consumption structure of wheat in China, 2012
Figure 2.4-1 Output and consumption of soybean in China, 2000-2012, million tonne
Figure 2.4-2 Import and export volume of soybean in China, 2000-2012, '000 tonne
Figure 2.4-3 Consumption structure of soybean in China, 2012


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