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Research Report on Investment Value of Eco-Agriculture in China

‐ Abstract /

Modern eco-agriculture is a compound system of modern agriculture and eco-agriculture. It is based on modern industry and technology and adopts the essence of traditional Chinese agriculture technology. It maintains increasing growth rate, increases the fertility of the soil, coordinates the eco-environment in the rural regions and utilizes the protected agricultural resources to realize high production, high quality, high efficiency, and low cost and establish a comprehensive agriculture system featuring modern technology, modern equipment and modern management. Modern agriculture aims at the restructuring and optimizing the industry and product structure; increasing the income and improving the comprehensive capacity of production; reasonably using and protecting the natural resources with technology; preventing pollution and maintaining the balance of ecology; increasing the income; gradually building the modern agriculture with Chinese mode.

Modern eco-agriculture includes the following eight aspects: first, to ensure the security of national food and the health of people under the guidance of modern food concepts; second, to depend on modern technology to inherit traditional Chinese agriculture technology and absorb modern high and new technology; third, based on the intense combination of technology and labor, to develop modern agriculture system characterized by intense technology and capital; fourth, to focus on the protection of resources and rural eco-system; fifth, to improve the quality of farmers and popularize the application of scientific achievements; sixth, to ensure the steady increase of farmers' income; seventh, to guide the condensed operation and proper operation in rural areas by developing various operation modes; eighth, to optimize the economic structure of rural areas and to promote the combination of planting, livestock and fishing and thus to push the agriculture to develop toward product, social, commodity and ecology-oriented direction.

The development of eco-agriculture and continuous development not only suits the reality in China , but also the general direction of the world's agriculture. Since the end of 1960s, many countries had put forward concepts such as organism agriculture, bio-agriculture, natural agriculture and continuous agriculture and put into implement. Because these modes are all directed by ecological laws and have the coordinated development of ecology, natural resources and agriculture, they can be all categorized as ^eco-agriculture. ̄ Since the entrance into 1990s, some countries took continuous development of agriculture as a basic developing strategy and made concrete action plans. Beginning from 1980s, China has developed a whole series of agriculture system. In recent years, China put the continuous development of agriculture as a long-term guideline and drafted the ^Agriculture Action Plan for the 21 st Century. ̄ The development of agriculture and rural economy have entered new phase and the major task in the future will be the strategic restructuring of agriculture. Developing eco-agriculture and reasonable use and protection of agricultural resources will be benevolent to the shift of growing method of agriculture, will be benevolent to raising the life standard, and will be benevolent to readjusting, building socialist new village, etc.

Eco-agriculture has the following features:

Comprehensiveness. Eco-agriculture emphasizes the overall function of agriculture eco-system. It is based on big agriculture and the concept of ^entireness, coordination, circulation and recycling ̄ to optimize the structure of agriculture; besides, it coordinates the development of planting, forestation, and fishing to enhance the comprehensive productivity.

Variety. Based on the difference of climates, natural resources, economy and society of China , eco-agriculture combines the essence of traditional agriculture with modern science to exhibit the regional advantages.

High efficiency. Eco-agriculture realize the economic appreciation by material and energy recycling and multi-layer utilization, and it can also optimize the use of waster materials, reduce the cost and raise efficiency. It also creates inner employments and protects the initiatives of farmers.

Continuity. The development of eco-agriculture will protect and improve eco-system, prevent pollution, maintain the balance of ecology, raise the safety of agriculture products, and change the normal development of agriculture and rural economy into continuous development. It will also combine the environment construction with the economy development, satisfy the need for agriculture products and improve the stability and continuity of ecology.

This report aims at providing decision reference service to domestic eco-agriculture enterprises and investors of eco-agriculture. It will conclude the new developing trend of China 's eco-agriculture and provide investment suggestions by analysis on the status quo and developing trend of both international and domestic eco-agriculture.

Chapter One. General Introduction
Section one. Research background
Section two. Research content
Section three. Research methods
Section four. Research team
Section five. Research conclusion
Chapter Two. General Introduction of Eco-Agriculture
Section one. Definition
1. Definition and connotation
2. Relation of eco-agriculture and continuous development
3. Review of eco-agriculture
4. Measures accelerating the development of eco-agriculture
Section two. Analysis on industrial chain from 2006 to 2008
1. Analysis on feasibility of investment
2. Analysis on economic profit
3. Analysis on social profit
4. Analysis on profit of industrial chain
Section three. Analysis on trend from 2007 to 2010
1. Resource concentration
2. Agricultural technology
3. Analysis on capital concentration
Section four. Importance in the national economy
1. Position in the national economy
2. Impact on other industries
Section five. Important terms and relative statistics
Chapter Three. Development and Features of International Eco-Agriculture 
Section one. General introduction
Section two. Large scale trend
1. Developing policy 
2. Developing modes
3. Developing trend
4. Analysis on status quo of eco-agriculture in America 
5. Analysis on status quo of eco-agriculture in Japan
6. Analysis on status quo of eco-agriculture in the EU
7. Analysis on status quo of eco-agriculture in the Philippines
8. Analysis on status quo of eco-agriculture in Israel
9. Analysis on status quo of eco-agriculture in Holland
Chapter Four. Analysis on Policy Environment of Eco-Agriculture Development from 2007 to 2010
Section one. Management system
Section two. Restructuring direction
Section three. Investment guiding policies
Section four. Financial support policies
Section five. Regional policies
Section six. Analysis on investment strategies
Chapter Five. Analysis on Investment and Financing System of China¨s Eco-Agriculture 
Section one. Changes of the system
Section two. State owned capital
Section three. Oversea investment
Section four. Analysis on private investment and opportunities
Section five. Analysis on investment background
Section six. Analysis on investment motives
Section seven. Analysis on investment status quo
Chapter Six. Analysis on Supply and Demand of China¨s Eco-Agriculture from 2006 to 2010
Section one. Analysis on market demand
Section two. Analysis on supply capacity
1. Overall scale of environment friendly agricultural products
2. Analysis on production and structure of major agricultural products
Section three. Analysis on import and export 
1. Analysis on import
2. Impact of anti-dumping cases and trade barriers 
Section four. Fluctuation of prices
1. Fluctuation of prices
2. Analysis on prices of agricultural products in recent years
3. Prediction of prices of agricultural products 
Chapter Seven. Analysis on Competition Efficiency of Eco-Agriculture from 2006 to 2010
Section one. Analysis on level of efficiency
Section two. Competition
Section three. Technology innovation and progress
Chapter Eight. Analysis on Regional Developing Trend of Eco-Agriculture from 2004 to 2010
Section one. Regional distribution in China
Section two. Analysis on development in Shanxi
Section three. Analysis on development in Jiangxi
Section four. Analysis on development in Hunan
Section five. Analysis on development in Guangdong
Section six. Analysis on development in Jiangsu
Section seven. Analysis on development in Shandong
Section eight. Analysis on development in Fujian
Section nine. Analysis on development in Sanjiang Plain
Section ten. Analysis on development in mountain regions
Section eleven. Analysis on development in cities
Chapter Nine. Analysis on Structure Changes of Subdivided Industries of China¨s Eco-Agriculture
Section one. Comparative analysis on important indexes of subdivided industries from 2006 to 2008
Section two. Analysis on eco food industry
1. Market status quo
2. Analysis on major subdivided market
3. Prediction of development
Section three. Analysis on the development of sight-seeing agriculture
1. Market status quo
2. Competition 
3. Prediction of development
Section four. Analysis on development of organism fertilizer industry in 2006
1. Analysis on market demand
2. Market status quo
3. Prediction of development
Section five. Analysis on development of organism forage industry in 2006
1. Market status quo
a. Industrial scale
b. Market demand
c. Competition
2. Analysis on competitiveness
a. Competitors
b. International competition structure
3. Prediction of development
a. Prediction of market change
b. Change of products structure
Chapter Ten. Prediction of Total Volume of China¨s Eco-Agriculture Market from 2007 to 2010
Section one. Analysis on major impacting elements
Section two. Prediction of consumption from 2007 to 2010
Chapter Eleven. Prediction of Overall Supply of Eco-Agriculture from 2007 to 2010
Section one. Change trend of supply
1. Change trend of domestic supply capacity and import and export
2. Government planning and new projects
Section two. Prediction of supply capacity in the future years
Chapter Twelve. Analysis on Growing Capacity and Stability of Eco-Agriculture from 2007 to 2010
Section one. Analysis on growth and fluctuation
Section two. Analysis on maturity
Chapter Thirteen. Analysis on Competition Risks of Eco-Agriculture from 2007 to 2010
Section one. Analysis on market competition
Section two. Dependence
1. Impact of the development of chemical products
2. Impact of trade development
3. Impact of development of processing industry
Section three. Analysis on entrance and exit barriers
Chapter Fourteen. Suggestions on Prevention of Investment in Eco-Agriculture Industry
Section one. Overall concept of investment
Section two. Potential investment opportunities
Section three. Focuses of prevention of investment risks
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