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Recent years have seen substantial growth in Chinese wine market. From 2001 to 2012, the wine output in China had shown an upward trend with the CAGR of 16.5%. However, the 18th CPC National Congress called on the restriction of spending by central government bodies on official overseas visits, official vehicles, and official hospitality, “six bans”, and alcohol prohibition in the military, leading to the slowdown of growth or even decline in China wine market. In 2013, the output and consumption of wine in China went down by 4.7% year-on-year and 13.7% year-on-year, respectively. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: China Grape Wine Market to grow at CAGR of 16.5%


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China Grape Wine Industry Report, 2013-2016
Published Date May 2014
Price Single User US1800
Corporate User US2800
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New Market Research Report on China Grape Wine
Industry Report, 2013-2016 added to
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Recent years have seen substantial growth in
Chinese wine market. From 2001 to 2012, the wine
output in China had shown an upward trend with
the CAGR of 16.5. However, the 18th CPC National
Congress called on the restriction of spending by
central government bodies on official overseas
visits, official vehicles, and official
hospitality, six bans, and alcohol prohibition
in the military, leading to the slowdown of
growth or even decline in China wine market. In
2013, the output and consumption of wine in China
went down by 4.7 year-on-year and 13.7
year-on-year, respectively. By region, the
consumption in China wine market varies a lot in
terms of development. For now, Chinas southeast
coastal regions, including Shanghai, Guangdong,
Fujian and Zhejiang where are economically
developed, have achieved provincial-level market
scale valuing RMB1-3 billion, city-level market
scale valuing RMB100 million, and county-level
market scale valuing RMB10 million. However, in
the north and the vast central and western
regions, the wine consumption is still at a stage
of market incubation, with the exception of such
cities as Beijing and Chengdu. Due to the
restriction of weather and geographical
conditions, the wine production in China
demonstrates higher regional concentration. In
China, there are just three provinces and
municipalities seeing the annual wine output of
100 million liters or more. Among these, the
largest wine producers come to Shandong (the
Bohai Bay area) and Jilin (Tonghua), with the
combined output in 2013 amounting to 712 million
liters or 64 of the national total. In Shandong,
Chardonnay, Carbernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and
Carignane are major wine varities. Also, planting
bases of homegrown wine producers like CHANGYU,
Great Wall and Dynasty are located in
Shandong. Complete report available _at_
http//www.reportsnreports.com/reports/285331-chin
a-grape-wine-industry-report-2013-2016.html .
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China Grape Wine Industry Report, 2013-2016
With Chinas accession into the WTO, Chinas
import tariff on wine was reduced from 65 to
14, bringing a large inrush of foreign wines
into the Chinese market. In 2012, the wine import
volume of China reported 394 million liters,
equivalent to 2.4 folds of the figure in 2008. In
2013, the Ministry of Commerce launched
anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations on
made-in-EU wines. Together with the impact
brought by the government call to restrict the
spending by the central government bodies on
official overseas visits, official vehicles, and
official hospitality, Chinas total import volume
of wine witnessed a year-on-year decline of 4.5.
In 2013, Chinas import volume of bottled wine
accounted for 74 of the total, with France as
the major import origin. China wine industry is
to enter into a stage for structural adjustment
after 2013 (for instance, de-stocking targeting
wine dealers, wine producers orientation to
low-and medium-end market), in order to pop the
market bubble for a comeback to the right track.
It is estimated that the CAGR of wine consumption
in China between 2013 and 2016 will post
9.7. The report highlights the
followings production scale, import export,
consumption, market price and operation of China
wine industry industrial polices, import
export policies, influences from industries
upstream and downstream expectation on the
development of global and China wine industry
production scale, consumption momentum,
competition between homemade wines and imported
wines Production, operation, investment and
MAs, wine business and development outlook of 10
leading Chinese wine enterprises. Buy a copy of
report _at_ http//www.reportsnreports.com/purchase.a
spx?name285331 .
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China Grape Wine Industry Report, 2013-2016
Table of Contents 1. Overview of Grape Wine
Industry1.1 Definition1.2 Classification 2.
Status Quo of China Grape Wine Industry2.1
Development History2.2 Market Scale2.2.1
Current Consumption and Forecasting2.2.2 Current
Output and Forecasting2.3 Market
Environment2.3.1 Economic Environment2.3.2
Political Environment2.3.3 Social
Environment2.4 Market Supply2.4.1
Production2.4.2 Export2.4.3 Import2.5 Market
Price2.5.1 Ex-factory Price of China Native
Wine2.5.2 Import Price of Wine2.5.3
Consumer-Price of Wine
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China Grape Wine Industry Report, 2013-2016
3. Competition Pattern of China Grape Wine
Industry 3.1 Competition Status Quo3.1.1 Number
of Enterprises3.1.2 Revenue3.1.3 Profit3.1.4
Market Share of Main Grape Wine Companies in
China3.1.5 Features of Competition among
Enterprises by Scale3.1.6 Marketing Level of
Major Enterprises3.2 Competition of Imported
Wine3.2.1 Imported Wine Gaining Access to the
Chinese Market3.2.2 Development Models of
Imported Wine Enterprises3.2.3 Imported Wine
Striking Hard to High-and Low-End Markets3.2.4
China Native Wine to Continue Holding a Lions
Share in the Long Run3.3 Bargaining Power of
Enterprises Upstream and Downstream3.3.1
Resources Upstream3.3.2 Wine Distributor3.4
Rival Commodities3.4.1 Market Share3.4.2 Liquor
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