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Analysis Report on Value of Industrialization of China¨s Agriculture 2011

Abstract:

Industrialized operation of agriculture plays a more and more important role in the development of China 's agriculture economy. After decades of development, the industrialized operation of China 's agriculture develops rapidly, the number of industrialized organizations increases a lot, the group of leading enterprises booms, the profit combination system is improving, and the capacity of pulling the income of farmers.

1. Basic condition of agriculture industrialization

Against the new demand for agriculture, enterprises should promote the industrialization though the change in operation concept, development method, and acceleration of development. This has achieved obvious result by the end of the ^Tenth Five-year Plan ̄ period.

(1) Rapid development of industrialized operation organizations. There are 135,725 agriculture industrialized organizations, 19.1% more over that of 2004. Among these are 61,268 leading enterprises or 45.1% with 4010 with sales over 100 million RMB; 62,914 intermediaries or 46.4% in which 15,060 participate in the agriculture industrialized professional operation; 11,543 professional markets or 8.5% of the total number of industrialized enterprises, in which 3824 has trade volume of over 50 million RMB. The total volume of fixed assets is 978.5 billion RMB, 20.8% more. The fixed asset of leading enterprises is 871 billion RMB, 89% of the total volume. The staff of industrialized organizations is 34.19 million, 2.5% more, in which that of leading enterprises is 21 million, 61.4% of the total number.

(2) Maturity of profit combination system. In all kinds of combination of industrialized organizations with farmers, contract takes 55.3%, cooperation 16%, stock holding cooperation 15.2%, and other forms 13.5%. Contract, cooperation and stock holding cooperation take 86.5% of all the forms, 6.6% more than that of 2004. In contract relationship, order relation has reached 59,549, taking 43.9%, 10.9% more than the previous year; the total value of orders is 377.9 billion RMB, and implement rate of contracts reaches 80.7%, 0.1% higher.

(3) Improvement in comprehensive profit. The sales of leading enterprises is 1844.4 billion RMB, net profit 118.2 billion RMB, tax 58.64 billion RMB, increasing by 29.4%, 31.4% and 21.7% than 2004. The income of intermediaries is 272.5 billion RMB, 29.3% more than that of 2004; the trade volume in professional markets is 943.9 billion RMB, net profit 39.4 billion RMB, tax 12 billion, growing by 9%, 5.9% and 9.6%.

(4) Increased pulling strength. Among all the industrialized organizations, there are 62000 planting enterprises with 0.969 billion acres; grazing enterprises 43000 with 0.739 billion live stocks; marine product enterprises 8579 with raising area of 77.21 million acres of water. Industrialized organizations pulled 87.26 million farmers (in which orders pulled 59.53 million), 3.2% more, and takes 35.2% of the farmers in China . The increases income from the industrialized organization is 116.6 billion RMB, and on the average 1136 RMB per capita, 11.1% higher.

(5) Enhanced level of opening up. In 2005, leading enterprises realized export of 23.127 billion USD, 11.2% more and took 83.8% of the total export of agriculture and 0.5% more than the previous year. Meanwhile, leading enterprises strengthened international cooperation and attracted foreign investment. In 2005, 9384 leading enterprises induced foreign investment with a total investment of 6.9 billion USD, 5.65 more than that of 2004.

6 Improvement in policy environment. All government departments strengthened their support to agriculture industrialization. In 2005, the bank loans of leading enterprises were 235.9 billion RMB, 24.6% more than that of 2004; the financial support was 9.7 billion RMB, 15.9% more.

2. New trend of agriculture industrialization

T he Fifth Plenary Session of the Sixteenth Congress of CPC planned the deployment of the establishment of socialist new village and made higher requirements for the industrialization of agriculture and also provided vaster room of development. All kinds of industrialized organizations participated in the construction to promote the transition from rapid development to innovation and creation.

(1) Expansion of organization functions. Agriculture industrialized organizations transit from individual operation participants to new agriculture production bodies. This plays a more and more important role in the rural economy development, new village construction and national macro-economy development. Some capable leading enterprises made full use of their advantage in capital and participated in rural infrastructure construction and social public undertakings, and played a vital role in improving the condition of rural areas.

(2) Innovation in pulling methods. Organizations actively suited the requirements of socialized production and organized market to expand their methods of pulling the development of agriculture and the increase in the income of farmers. On the basis of ^company + farmers, ̄ several more types of combination such as ^company + base + farmers, ̄ ^company + intermediary + farmers, ̄ ^professional market + farmers, ̄ and ^cooperation organization + farmers ̄ emerged.

(3) Increase capacity of processing. The deep processing capacity of leading enterprises is greatly improved.

(4) Increased channels of investment. The investment in agriculture industrialization has changed from the single finance investment to the diversified structure with finance investment as the direction, private capital, industrial and commercial capital and oversea capital as main body and financing loan capital as support. At present, the Bank of Agriculture Development has clarified that the support targets expand from leading enterprises of corn, cotton and oil to all leading enterprises of agriculture industrialization above the municipal level.

(5) Expansion of outward field. Leading enterprises all strengthened their competitiveness and enhanced their own outward level to implement ^going out ̄ strategy by investment in construction, merging and purchasing, share holding, renting, listing and technology share holding. At present, there are more than 40 leading agriculture enterprises with oversea investment, or cooperation, or listing, with a total investment of over 13.5 billion RMB (1.245 billion USD, 5.224 billion RMB and 12.05 million EU), and the investment involves over 30 countries and regions in Asia, Africa, North America, Europe and Australia. Some capable leading enterprises have been listed overseas by capital operation.

Table of Contents
Chapter One. General Introduction	 1
Section one. Goal of the report	2
Section two. Research scope	3
Section three. Research field	4
Section four. Data source	5
Section five. Research methods	6
Section six. General definition	7
Section seven. Market definition	8
Section eight. Index system of market competitiveness	9
Section nine. Research target	10
Chapter Two. Investment Status Quo Agriculture Industrialization Field	12
Section one. General introduction	13
Section two. Definition and features	14
Section three. Features of this industry	15
Section four. Status quo of development	16
1. Analysis on investment status quo	17
2. Analysis on national investment	18
3. Analysis on scale of investment since opening up	19
Section five. Analysis on status quo of domestic private investment in agriculture 	20
Section six. Achievements of agriculture investment in recent years	21
1. Financial support of agriculture has reached historical height	22
2. From financial dislocation to financial regurgitation feeding of farmers	23
Section seven. The promotion of industrialization to new village construction	25
Chapter Three. Use of Oversea Investment in Recent Years	26
Section one. Review and prospect of oversea investment	27
Section two. Features of oversea investment	28
Section three. Status quo and prospect of Hong Kong investment in mainland China	29
Section four. Analysis on comparative advantages and environment supervision of Hong Kong
investment Section five. Analysis on Taiwan investment 32 Chapter Four. Analysis on Cases of Competitiveness of Agriculture Industrialization 33 Section one. Theories of technology development 34 Section two. Analysis on competitiveness 35 Section three. Analysis on elements of impacting the competitiveness improvement of China¨s
agriculture 36 Section four. Cases research of technology progress and competitiveness of agriculture
industrialization 37 Section five. Thinking of case research and definition of relative concepts 38 Section six. Calculation of technology progress 39 Section seven. Case research of impact of technology progress to agriculture industrialization Chapter Five. Analysis on Policy Environment Supervision of Agriculture Investment Market Section one. Analysis on macro-economic policies 43 1. Financial policies 44 2. Target selection of financial investment 45 3. Financial subsidies Section two. Taxation policies 47 1. Comparison of China¨s agriculture taxation policies with those of other countries 2. Continuous reform in rural taxation policies 49 Section three. Analysis of finance on infrastructure of agriculture supervision 50 Section four. Analysis on investment and financing system of agriculture 51 Section five. Analysis on loan of agriculture 52 1. Loan support policies of domestic agriculture 53 2. Status quo of financial support 54 Chapter Six. Analysis on Investment of Key Listed Agriculture Enterprises Supervision 56 Section one. Analysis on investment value 57 Section two. Analysis on investment in key enterprises 58 Section three. Analysis on capital efficiency 59 Section sour. Investment opportunities provided by exterior environment 60 Section five. Investment opportunities provided by interior environment 61 Section six. Seven agriculture sections focused on by investors 62 Section seven. Brief analysis on listed leading agriculture enterprises 63 1. Analysis on investment value of the first group of key listed leading agriculture enterprises 2. Analysis on investment value of the second group of key listed leading agriculture enterprises 3. Analysis on investment value of the third group of key listed leading agriculture enterprises 67 Chapter Seven. Assessment of Investment Value of Key Leading Enterprises 68 Section one. Strategic choice of investment 69 Section two. Focus on the policy and see the price 70 Section three. Exploration of modes to seek for shining point 71 Section four. Prediction of disaster to seize the opportunity 72 Section five. Focus on energy to dig potential 73 Chapter Eight. Potential Investment Opportunities in Agriculture 75 Section one. Analysis on investment in listed key agriculture enterprises 76 1. Analysis on investment value in 2006 77 2. Analysis on investment value in 2007 78 Section two. Analysis on capital efficiency of listed enterprises 79 Section three. Investment opportunities provided by exterior environment 80 Section four. Investment opportunities provided by interior environment 81 Section five. Seven agriculture sections focused on by investors 82 Chapter Nine. International Comparison of Investment in China¨s Agriculture Industrialization Section one. Analysis on international investment market 85 Section two. International comparison of domestic investment market 86 Section three. Analysis on major elements impacting the domestic investment market 87 Chapter Ten. Analysis on Potential Investment Opportunities 89 Section one. Evaluation of prospects 90 Section two. Analysis on market competitiveness 91 1. Content of agriculture competitiveness 92 2. Components of agriculture competitiveness 93 Section two. Overall judgment on developing potential 94 1. Potential of agricultural products processing industry 95 2. Potential of organism agriculture 96 3. Potential of eco-agriculture 97 4. Potential of info-agriculture 98 5. Potential of brand agriculture 99 6. Potential of agriculture sections 100 101 Chapter Eleven. Investment in Agriculture and Industrialization Restructuring 102 Section one. Strategic thinking modes 103 Section two. Analysis on modes 104 1. Selection of various modes 105 2. Modes in the market economy 106 a. Pulled by leading enterprises 107 b. Pulled by intermediaries 108 c. Pulled by professional markets 109 d. Pulled by market combination 110 e. Pulled by combination of agriculture, science and education 111 f. Pulled by professional associations 112 Section three. Existing problems and solution 113 Chapter Twelve. Status Quo of Oversea Investment Usage by Different Industries in Agriculture Section one. Plant production 116 1. Status quo 117 2. Trend 118 Section two. Forest industry119 1. Status quo 120 2. Trend 121 Section three. Livestock farming 122 1. Status quo 123 2. Trend 124 Section four. Fishing industry 125 1. Status quo 126 2. Trend 127 Section five. Oversea loans and oversea direct investment 128 1. Review and prospect 129 2. Major source, scale field and scope 130 Chapter Thirteen. Key Investment Fields in the Future Years 133 Section one. Key investment fields of agriculture infrastructure 134 Section two. Investment distribution of agriculture infrastructure 35 Section three. Possible distribution of development after 2010 136 1. Source and engine of growth 137 2. Possible distribution of development after 2010 138 Chapter Fourteen. Precaution of Risks of Investment in Agriculture Industrialization 140 Section one. Analysis on risks of competition 141 Section two. Risks of investment 142 Section three. Analysis on risks of nature 143 Section four. Analysis on risks of market144 Section five. Analysis on risks of rules and policies 145 Section six. Analysis on risks of managment 146 Section seven. Analysis on risks of technology 147 Section eight. Analysis on risks of investment 148 Section nine. Prevention of risks 149 1. Prevention of policy risks 150 2. Prevention of financing risks 151 3. Prevention of moral risks 152 4. Prevention of technology risks 153 5. Prevention of job selection risks 154 Chapter Fifteen. Selection of Strategies of Agriculture Industrialization Investment 156 Section four. Changes of market prices 158 Section five. Analysis on trade 159 Section six. Analysis on major sales channels 160 Section seven. Prices in different markets 161 Section eight. Analysis on market competition 162 1. Analysis and prediction of water plants raising 163 2. Analysis and prediction of water plants consumption in different countries Section nine. Analysis on Import and Export of Relative Products 65 1. Import and export of water plant products 166 2. Import and export of water plant products 167 3. Import and export of water plant products 168 4. Import and export of water plant products 169 Chapter Nine. Crabs 171 Section one. Analysis on domestic production 172 1. Review 173 2. Experience of rapid development of crab raising industry 174 Section two. Interpretation of policies on crab raising 175 Section three. Analysis on consumption 176 1. Analysis on domestic consumption market 177 2. Analysis on international consumption market 178 Section four. Changes in market prices 179 Section five. Analysis on trade 180 Section six. Analysis on major sales channels 181 Section seven. Prices in different markets 182 Section eight. Analysis on market competitiveness of products 183 1. Analysis and prediction of production84 2. Analysis and prediction of consumption 185 Section nine. Analysis on import and export of relative products 186 1. Analysis on import and export 187 2. Analysis on import and export 188 3. Analysis on import and export 189 4. Analysis on import and export 190 Chapter Ten. Turtles 192 Section one. Analysis on domestic production 193 1. Review 194 2. Experience of rapid development of turtle raising industry 195 Section two. Interpretation of policies on turtle raising 196 Section three. Analysis on consumption 197 1. Analysis on domestic consumption market 198 2. Analysis on international consumption market 199 Section four. Changes in market prices 200 Section five. Analysis on trade 201 Section six. Analysis on major sales channels 202 Section seven. Prices in different markets 203 Section eight. Analysis on market competitiveness of products 204 1. Analysis and prediction of production05 2. Analysis and prediction of consumption 206 Section nine. Analysis on import and export of relative products 207 1. Analysis on import and export 208 2. Analysis on import and export 209 3. Analysis on import and export 210 4. Analysis on import and export 211 Chapter Eleven. Analysis on Developing Trend and Developing Strategies of Seafood Industry Section one. Developing trend 214 1. Prediction of developing trend 215 2. Developing trend of seafood raising and seafood forage 216 Section two. Analysis on developing strategy of China 217 1. Features 218 2. Marketing strategies 219 3. Market trade policies 220 4. Operation policies 221 5. Advertisement brand policies 222 Section three. Analysis on leading enterprises 223 Section four. Analysis on market competition structure 224 1. Competition modes 225 2. Competition structure 226 3. Strategies of major brands 227 Chapter Twelve. Research Conclusion 229 Section one. About industry research 230 Section two. Research conclusion 231
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