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Modified starch is widely applied in many industries such as food processing, paper making and textile around the world. Modified starch industry in AP plays an important role in global market since ...

Modified starch is widely applied in many industries such as food processing, paper making and textile around the world. Modified starch industry in AP plays an important role in global market since AP is one of the largest modified starch suppliers and consumption markets around the world. International trade of modified starch among AP countries has been blooming and future trend of modified starch in this region has attracted global attention. This report will give an insightful analysis of production and trade of modified starch in major AP countries. Meanwhile, future opportunity and competition analysis of modified starch industry in major AP countries would be a key issue in this report.

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    Proposal for future of modified starch in AP Proposal for future of modified starch in AP Document Transcript

    • Future of Modified Starch in AP Proposal Researched & Prepared by: Guangzhou CCM Information Science & Technology Co., Ltd. Guangzhou, P. R. China November 2010Copyright by Guangzhou CCM Information Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (P. R.China)Any publication, distribution or copying of the content in this report isprohibited.Website: www.cnchemicals.comTel: +86-20-37616606Fax: +86-20-37616968Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com
    • CCM Data & Primary Intelligence Future of Modified Starch in AP Part Content Executive summary Introduction and methodologyI Market environment analysisI-1 Economic outlook in API-2 Demographic outlook in API-3 Agricultural outlook in APII Introduction to raw materials of modified starch in APII-1 Corn (Distribution, planting, application, etc.)II-2 Potato (Distribution, planting, application, etc.)II-3 Tapioca (Distribution, planting, application, etc.)II-4 Wheat (Distribution, planting, application, etc.)II-5 Sweet potato (Distribution, planting, application, etc.)III Modified starch in major AP countriesIII-1 Overview (comparison of countries from the aspects of supply, demand and end-use segments,III-2 ChinaIII-2.1 Brief introduction to modified starch industryIII-2.2 Production situationIII-2.3 Demand and end-use segmentsIII-3 JapanIII-4 IndonesiaIII-5 South KoreaIII-6 ThailandIII-7 AustraliaIII-8 Modified starch in other AP countriesIII-9 Multinational companies in APIV Mass flow of modified starch among major AP countriesIV-1 Internal logistics cost for raw materials in APIV-2 Internal logistics cost for modified starch in APIV-3 Tariffs on raw materials and modified starch in APIV-4 Mass flow among major countriesIV-4.1 Mass flow of modified starch among major AP countriesIV-4.2 Mass flow between raw materials and modified starch in each countryIV-5 Mass flow of modified starch between AP and other regionsIV-5.1 Mass flow of modified starch between AP and the EUIV-5.2 Mass flow of modified starch between AP and the U.S.V Competition analysis and future prospect of modified starch industry among major APV-1 Strength and weakness Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
    • CCM Data & Primary IntelligenceV-2 Future opportunity and threatV-3 Future prospect of modified starch industry (supply, demand, etc.)VI ConclusionVII Profiles of key producers 1. Background Modified starch is widely applied in many industries such as food processing, paper making and textile around the world. Modified starch industry in AP plays an important role in global market since AP is one of the largest modified starch suppliers and consumption markets around the world. International trade of modified starch among AP countries has been blooming and future trend of modified starch in this region has attracted global attention. This report will give an insightful analysis of production and trade of modified starch in major AP countries. Meanwhile, future opportunity and competition analysis of modified starch industry in major AP countries would be a key issue in this report. AP herein refers to Asia-Pacific, a part of the world in or near the Western Pacific Ocean. The area includes much of East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Oceania, including Australia, Brunei, China, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam, New Zealand, Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia, Japan, Laos, Singapore, South Korea and Timor-Leste. Agriculture production’s high proportion in national economy, huge population and continuously growing living standard, and advantage of resource availability have contributed to tremendous market potential of modified starch industry in major AP countries such as China, Japan, South Korea, Indonesia and Thailand. These countries are targets of this report. Corn, wheat, tapioca, potato and sweet potato are the most important feedstocks in modified starch production in AP, accounting for 24.81%, 23.69%, 29.70%, 20.30% and 81.06% of global total respectively by yield. Different AP countries adopt various feedstocks in producing modified starch mainly according to planting traditions and climates; China mainly uses corn, Thailand and Indonesia mainly tapioca, Japan, South Korea and Australia mainly wheat. CCM will provide an in-depth analysis of mass flow from major feedstocks mentioned above to native starch and modified starch in major AP countries in this report. China is the second largest modified starch producer around the world with total output reaching about 1.10 million tonnes in 2009. China and Thailand are two major exporters of modified starch in AP mainly thanks to their advanced production facilities and huge overseas demand. Japan and South Korea import huge amount of native starch and modified starch in order to meet the strong domestic demand. 2. Difficulty and critical pathway in this report Difficulties are mainly showed in part III and part IV - Part III: Production and consumption information of modified starch in those countries are Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com Tel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968
    • CCM Data & Primary Intelligence hard to obtain. - Part IV: Mass flow of modified starch among major AP countries is hard to survey. Methodology for part III - Sending on-line questionnaires to local modified starch association or researcher in order to obtain the market information of modified starch industry - Communicating with local modified starch enterprises, traders by B2B platform or telephone interviews in order to obtain detailed market information of key modified starch producers - Cooperating with third party if possible Methodology for part IV - Sending on-line questionnaires to local modified starch association or researcher in order to obtain import and export information of modified starch. - Purchasing import and export data from local government - Cooperating with third party if possible3. Time, manpower needed to finish the researchTwo senior consultants and two assistant consultants are needed in order to complete this research bythe end of 17th Dec. 20104. DeliveryCCM will deliver word format reports + raw data with excel format.Website: http://www.cnchemicals.com Email: econtact@cnchemicals.comTel: +86-20-3761 6606 Fax: +86-20-3761 6968