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중국의 돼지고기 수입 분석(2020-2024년)

Research Report of Import of Pork in China 2020-2024

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발행일 2020년 01월 상품 코드 923005
페이지 정보 영문 30 Pages
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중국의 돼지고기 수입 분석(2020-2024년) Research Report of Import of Pork in China 2020-2024
발행일 : 2020년 01월 페이지 정보 : 영문 30 Pages

중국은 세계 최대의 돼지고기 생산국·소비국이지만, 감염증이나 사료 가격의 문제로 국내에서의 돼지 번식에 비용이 들기 때문에 생산량은 그만큼 성장하고 있지 않습니다. 따라서 중국은 세계 최대의 돼지고기( 및 돼지내장) 수입국이 되고 있습니다. 2018년 중국의 돼지고기 수입량은 약 1,192,830톤, 수입액은 10억 달러 이상에 달했습니다. 주요 수입원은 스페인, 독일, 미국, 브라질, 캐나다, 덴마크, 네델란드 등입니다.

중국의 돼지고기 및 돼지내장 수입 동향에 대해 분석했으며, 돼지고기/돼지내장 수입량·수입액 동향 전망, 수입 가격 추정과 예측, 수입 상대국별 상세 동향, 주요 수입 촉진·억제요인, 향후 시장 기회와 위험(미중무역분쟁의 영향 등) 등의 정보를 정리하여 전해드립니다.

제1장 중국의 돼지고기 수입에 관한 분석

  • 중국 정부의 돼지고기 수입에 관한 정책
  • 중국의 돼지고기 수입 규모
    • 돼지고기 수입량 분석
    • 돼지고기 수입액 분석
    • 돼지고기 평균 수입 가격 분석
    • 돼지고기 수입 의존도
  • 중국의 돼지고기 수입원 분석
  • 중국으로의 돼지고기 밀수에 관한 분석
  • 보고서의 조사 방법
  • CRI 소개

제2장 중국의 돼지내장 수입에 관한 분석

  • 중국의 돼지내장 수입 규모
    • 중국의 돼지내장 수입량 분석
    • 중국의 돼지내장 수입액 분석
    • 중국의 돼지내장 평균 수입 가격 분석
  • 중국의 돼지내장 수입원에 관한 분석
    • 중국·미국간 돼지내장 무역 분석
    • 중국·덴마크간 돼지내장 무역 분석
    • 중국·독일간 돼지내장 무역 분석
    • 중국·스페인간 돼지내장 무역 분석
    • 중국·캐나다간 돼지내장 무역 분석

제3장 중국의 돼지고기 및 돼지내장 수입 동향 전망(2020-2024년)

  • 중국의 돼지고기 및 돼지내장 수입을 좌우하는 요인
    • 긍정적인 요인
    • 부정적인 요인
    • 미중무역전쟁의 영향
  • 돼지고기 및 돼지내장 수입량 예측(2020-2024년)
    • 돼지고기 수입량 예측
    • 돼지내장 수입량 예측
  • 중국의 돼지고기 및 돼지내장 수입원에 관한 예측(2020-2024년)
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List of Charts

  • Chart Import Tariffs on Pork and Pig Offal in China in 2019
  • Chart Countries or Regions Eligible to Export Pork and Pig Offal to China
  • Chart Import Volume of Pork in China, 2013-2018
  • Chart Import Value of Pork in China, 2013-2018
  • Chart Average Import Prices of Pork in China, 2013-2018
  • Chart Output Volume of Pork in China, 2013-2018
  • Chart Apparent Consumption of Pork in China, 2013-2018
  • Chart China's Reliance on Pork Imports, 2013-2018
  • Chart Sources of China's Pork Imports in 2018
  • Chart Sources of China's Pork Imports in Jan. - Oct. 2019 7
  • Chart Sources of China's Pig Offal Imports in 2018
  • Chart Sources of China's Pig Offal Imports in Jan. - Oct. 2019
  • Chart Apparent Consumption of Pork in China, 2013-2018
  • Chart Increasing Rate of Pork and Pig Offal Import in China, 2018-Oct. 2019

According to CRI, with the development of China's economy and the improvement of living standards, the pork consumption in China is rising. China is the largest pork producer in the world. But pig breeding is costly in China because it is vulnerable to swine fever and the fluctuations in feed prices, which makes it difficult for the pork output to grow steadily. Meanwhile, the residents in some parts of the country like eating pig offal. Therefore, the overall import volume of pork and pig offal show an upward trend.

According to CRI, the Chinese government has strict inspection and quarantine policies on the import of pork products. By Dec 2019, only 17 countries or regions including the U.S., Canada, Brazil, Chile and Mexico were allowed to export pork products to China. The Chinese government has set no import quota for the pork products from these countries, which means that import companies only need to pay the tariffs and value-added taxes. Thanks to the Sino-Chilean free trade agreement, China gives special privilege to the import of Chilean pork. When importing Chilean pork products such as bone-in pork and deboned pork, a Chinese enterprise only needs to pay 11% value-added tax on the import value. On the pork imports from the other countries, China levies tariffs and value-added taxes according to product type. Relatively speaking, the taxes on bone-in pork and deboned pork are lighter while the taxes on deboned pickled pork are heavier.

In 2018, the import volume of pork in China was about 1,192,830 tons, lower than that in 2017. From 2013 to 2018, the annual import value of pork in China all exceeded USD 1 billion. In 2018, it was USD 2.07 billion, lower than that in 2017. The decline was mainly caused by the shrinking import volume. As the major sources of China's pork imports, in 2018, Spain, Germany, the U.S., Brazil, Canada, Denmark and the Netherlands exported 1000,97 tons of pork in total to China, contributing about 84% to China's pork imports.

According to CRI, as the residents in some parts of China like eating pig offal, China also imports a large quantity of pig offal every year. In 2018, the import volume of pig offal in China was about 946,260 tons. As the major sources of China's pig offal imports, in 2018, the U.S., Denmark, Germany, Spain, Canada and the Netherlands exported 785,650 tons of pig offal in total to China, contributing more than 80% to China's pig offal imports.

In 2018, as the fifth largest source of China's pork imports, the U.S. exported about 85,650 tons of pork to China, accounting for 7% of China's pork imports; as the largest source of China's pig offal imports, the U.S. exported about 177,040 tons of pig offal to China, accounting for about one-fifth of China's pig offal imports. In 2018, with the escalation of the Sino-U.S. trade war, U.S. exports of pork and pig offal to China dropped significantly from 2017.

According to CRI's analysis, China's annual pork consumption is around 55 million tons, and is growing slowly in recent years. In 2018, the pork imports were less than 3% of the pork consumption. Rising pig breeding costs and stricter environmental policies have forced many small and medium-sized pig farms to close down, and swine fever occurs frequently. These factors discourage the growth of pork output in China. It is expected that from 2020 to 2024, the import volume of pork and pig offal in China will continue to rise, and China's pork market will receive attention from the pig farmers and pork traders all over the world.

Topics covered:
  • Chinese government's policies on pork import
  • Import volume of pork in China from 2013 to 2018
  • Major sources of China's pork imports
  • Prices of homemade and imported pork in China
  • Pork smuggling to China
  • Major factors influencing pork import in China from 2020 to 2024
  • Prospect of pork import in China from 2020 to 2024
  • Impact of Sino-U.S. trade war on pork import in China

Table of Contents

1 Analysis on Import of Pork in China

  • 1.1 Chinese Government's Policies on Pork Import
  • 1.2 Scale of Pork Import in China
    • 1.2.1 Analysis on Import Volume of Pork in China
    • 1.2.2 Analysis on Import Value of Pork in China
    • 1.2.3 Analysis on Average Import Prices of Pork in China
    • 1.2.4 China's Reliance on Pork Imports
  • 1.3 Analysis on Sources of China's Pork Imports
  • 1.4 Analysis on Pork Smuggling to China
  • 1.5 Research Methods of the Report
    • 1.5.1 Parameters and Assumptions
    • 1.5.2 Data Sources
  • 1.6 About CRI

2 Analysis on Import of Pig Offal in China

  • 2.1 Scale of Pig Offal Import in China
    • 2.1.1 Analysis on Import Volume of Pig Offal in China
    • 2.1.2 Analysis on Import Value of Pig Offal in China
    • 2.1.3 Analysis on Average Import Prices of Pig Offal in China
  • 2.2 Analysis on Sources of China's Pig Offal Imports
    • 2.2.1 Analysis on Sino-U.S. Pig Offal Trade
    • 2.2.2 Analysis on Sino-Danish Pig Offal Trade
    • 2.2.3 Analysis on Sino-German Pig Offal Trade
    • 2.2.4 Analysis on Sino-Spanish Pig Offal Trade
    • 2.2.5 Analysis on Sino-Canadian Pig Offal Trade
    • 2.2.6 Analysis on Sino-Dutch Pig Offal Trade

3 Prospect of Pork and Pig Offal Imports in China, 2020-2024

  • 3.1 Factors Influencing Pork and Pig Offal Imports in China
    • 3.1.1 Favorable Factors
    • 3.1.2 Unfavorable Factors
    • 3.1.3 The Impact of Sino-U.S. Trade War
  • 3.2 Forecast on Import Volume of Pork and Pig Offal, 2020-2024
    • 3.2.1 Forecast on Import Volume of Pork
    • 3.2.2 Forecast on Import Volume of Pig Offal
  • 3.3 Forecast on Import Sources of Pork and Pig Offal in China, 2020-2024
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