Agriculture Food & Beverage Industry Analysis

Analysis of China’s Pork Industry Chain

China is the world’s largest pork producer and consumer, and the huge pork consumer market has also cultivated a complete pork industry chain. According to statistics from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, China contributed 48% of the production and 50% of the consumption of 110 million tons of pork in the world in 2017. China’s per capita annual pork consumption is also significantly higher than the world average. The pork industry chain can be divided into three major business segments, namely upstream pig breeding, midstream slaughter and downstream meat product…

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Agriculture Company News Industry Analysis

From Jul. 2020, China’s orange exports increased by 6.9% YOY, Asian Citrus (00073.HK) Resumed Trading Smoothly

Fresh orange is a common fruit that contains sugar, dietary fiber, vitamin B complex, vitamin C, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, citric acid, pectin and other nutrients. Nowadays, During the COVID-19 epidemic, eating fresh oranges every day can enhance human health. According to CRI Report (元哲咨询), the world’s major orange producing countries include Brazil, the United States and China. In 2020, the global and Chinese economies have been heavily hit by the COVID-19 epidemic, but certain industries have reversed this trend. According to CRI Report (元哲咨询) and China Customs, from January to…

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Business & Finance Industry Analysis

Vietnam’s Securities Market Has a Good Prospect

There are two stock exchanges in Vietnam. The larger one is Ho Chi Minh Stock Exchange (HOSE) which is located in Ho Chi Minh City, the largest city of Vietnam. Established in 1997, it is the first stock exchange in Vietnam. The smaller one is Hanoi Stock Exchange (HNX) which is located in Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam. At the end of 2018, HOSE accounted for over 90% of the aggregate market value of about USD 170 billion of the two stock exchanges. HNX plays an important role in the…

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Consumer Goods & Services Industry Analysis

Vietnam’s Consumer Market Has Huge Growth Potential

Vietnam’s per capita GDP was only USD 2,540 in 2018, which was less than one third of China’s and lower than that of Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and other ASEAN countries. However, Vietnamese people spend little on housing, education and medical services and have low savings rate, making consumption as the major driver of economic growth. According to CRI, consumption is a major contributor to Vietnam’s GDP. Household consumption is closely related to final consumption expenditure. Since 1995, final consumption expenditure has been accounting for more than 70% of Vietnam’s GDP,…

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Industry Analysis Real Estate

Vietnam’s Real Estate Industry Keeps Developing

According to CRI’s survey, Vietnam’s real estate market is seeing increasing demand and will have a bright prospect in the next decade. The rapid development of Vietnam’s real estate industry is driven by both supply and demand. On the demand side, the structural consumption resulting from continuous progress in urbanization, objective rate of return on investment and rental yields enable Vietnam’s real estate market to fully meet the purchase demand of investors. The expansion of opening up and favorable policies on foreign investment can satisfy the investment demand of foreign…

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Industry Analysis Manufacturing

Advantages of Vietnamese Manufacturing over Chinese Manufacturing

CRI’s market survey shows that Vietnamese manufacturing has the following advantages over Chinese manufacturing. 1. Preferential Policies on Taxes and Foreign Investment (1) Advantages of Bonded Zones The Vietnamese government has approved the establishment of several bonded zones. The products manufactured by enterprises established in these bonded zones are exempt from tariffs and value added tax. Enterprises established in the bonded zones are exempted from corporate income tax in the first profit-making years and enjoy reduction in corporate income tax in the following two years. There are also more preferential…

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