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December 8, 2009

NEW YORK, Dec. 8 /PRNewswire/ — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Future of starches in China

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China’s output of starch, including native and modified starch, is the second largest in the world. Major varieties of native starch include corn starch, potato starch, cassava starch and wheat starch, while that of modified starch include corn modified starch, potato modified starch and cassava modified starch.

China’s starch output has kept growing rapidly with CAGR of about 17.00% since 2001, which reached 17.10 million tonnes in 2008. It is predicted that China’s starch output will increase stably to 25.47 million tonnes in 2020. What is the position of Chinese starch industry in the world? Why do Chinese starch industry develop so fast? Which products will witness promising prospect in the future?

China is the second largest native starch consumption country in the world, with total consumption value of USD6.10 billion in 2008, of which USD700.00 million was contributed by modified starch consumption. With various characteristics and functions, modified starch is widely applied in industries such as papermaking, food processing and textile in China.

As for price, China’s starch price is mainly influenced by raw material price, supply & demand situation and technology innovation. How are such factors affecting China’s starch industry? You will find answers in the report.

Raw material cost constitutes the major proportion in starch manufacturing cost. In China, production cost of cassava starch is lower than that of corn starch, with USD333.16/t and respectively. However, native cassava starch only accounts for 3.13% share in domestic native starch market. In the USD340.34/t for corn starch, the cost of corn was USD308.01/t, accounting for 90.56% of the total cost, what cause this situation?

In recent two years, Chinese starch supply has surpassed domestic demand. As for international trade, export of native starch is increasing, while import is decreasing. But the situation is different for modified starches. Which kinds of native starch and modified starch have sufficient supply and which kinds are in demand?

Starch production technology mainly includes dry method and wet method, and wet method is widely adopted in recent years. However, it causes serious pollution like large volume of waste water. Has any technology innovation achieved in recent years?

What’s covered in this report

- An overview for current market of corn starch, cassava starch, potato starch and wheat starch, as well as starch derivatives in China, with focus on statistics of capacity, output, import & export, supply & demand, major manufactures, future trend, etc.

- Outlook for starch raw material supply & demand

- Balance in starch industry, from raw materials to end use markets/products

- Competitiveness of Chinese starch and fermentation products in domestic and export markets, and impact of raw material supply on starch industry

- Foreign investment in China’s starch industry

- Future development trend of China’s starch industry

What can you benefit from the report?

From this report, you can obtain the latest info on China’s and the world’s starch industry, thus obtaining business intelligence before involving in the competition and grasping commercial opportunities. Besides, you can also know your competitors and their activities in China. A clear picture for competitive landscape of China’s starch industry is provided. With the in-depth analysis on drivers and barriers of starch development, you may find out where China’s starch market will go next.

Companies Mentioned

Zhucheng Xingmao Corn Developing Co., Ltd., Global Bio-chem Technology Group Co., Ltd., Ningxia Yipin Group Co., Ltd., Guangxi Beilou Yanhua Starch Co., Ltd., Chengde Baole Food Co., Ltd.

Executive summary

Methodology, source and definition

I Introduction to native starch and modified starch

I-1 Classification and introduction of/to native starch and modified starch

I-2 Introduction to starch in the world

I-3 Overview of China’s starch industry

II Governmental policies

II-1 Governmental policies on feedstock

II-2 Financial and tax policies

II-3 Environmental regulations

II-4 Industry standard

III Native starch production in China

III-1 Characteristic of native starch production in China

III-2 Introduction to raw materials for native starch production

III-2.1 Corn

III-2.1.1 Overview of corn supply, consumption

III-2.1.2 Principal local market quotations and trade prices

III-2.1.3 Corn products

III-2.1.4 Mass balance of corn and corn products

III-2.2 Cassava

III-2.3 Potatoes

III-2.4 Others

III-2.4.1 Wheat

III-2.4.2 Sweet potato

III-3 Corn starch

III-3.1 Output and capacity development

III-3.2 Key players

III-3.3 Principal local quotations and trade prices

III-3.4 Manufacturing cost structure

III-3.5 Investment discussion

III-4 Cassava starch

III-5 Potato starch

III-6 Wheat starch

III-7 Other native starch

III-7.1 Sweet potato starch

III-8 Forecast on production to next 5-10 years

IV Starch derivatives in China

IV-1 Modified starch in China

IV-1.1 Modified starch production

Production and capacity development

Producers of modified starch

Price change of modified starch

Technology brief and manufacturing cost structure

IV-1.2 Consumption of modified starch

IV-1.3 Forecast on modified starch to next 5~10 years

IV-2 Ethanol

IV-2.1 Fuel ethanol

IV-2.2 Edible ethanol

IV-3 Organic acids

IV-3.1 Citric acid

IV-3.2 Lactic acid

IV-4 Amino acids (lysine, MSG, etc.)

IV-4.1 Lysince

IV-4.2 MSG (Monosodium Glutamine)

IV-5 Vitamins

IV-5.1 Vitamin C

IV-5.2 Vitamin B

IV-6 Starch sugar

IV-6.1 Glucose

IV-6.2 Malt syrup

IV-6.3 Maltodextrin

IV-6.4 HFCS

IV-7 Sugar alcohols

IV-7.1 Sorbitol

IV-7.2 Mannit

IV-7.3 Maltitol

IV-8 Enzyme preparations

IV-8.1 a-Amylase

IV-8.2 Gluco-amylase

IV-8.3 Lipase

IV-8.4 Pectinase

IV-9 Anti-biotics

V Native starch consumption and end-use segments

Summary

V-1 Characteristic of native starch consumption in China

V-2 Consumption structure of native starch in China

V-3 Consumption in food processing

V-4 Consumption in papermaking

V-5 Consumption in beverages

V-6 Consumption in other industries

V-7 Forecast on demand to next 5~10 years

VI Import and export analysis of corn and starch

VI-1 Corn

VI-1.1 Historical situation

VI-1.2 Current situation

VI-1.3 Future trend

VI-2 Starch

VI-2.1 Native starch

VI-2.1.1 Import analysis

VI-2.1.1 Export analysis

VI-2.2 Modified starch

VI-2.2.1 Import analysis

VI-2.2.2 Export analysis

VII Mass balance of native starch and supply-demand situation

VII-1 Mass balance of native starch in China

VII-2 Analysis of supply-demand of starch in next 5~10 years

VII-3 Analysis of supply-demand situation of corn in next 5~10 years

VIII Competitiveness of Chinese starch and its derivatives (in domestic and overseas markets)

VIII-1 Pricing and manufacturing cost

VIII-2 Raw materials

VIII-3 Technology innovation

VIII-3.1 Foreign technology situation in starch industry

VIII-3.2 Chinese technology innovation in starch industry

IX Foreign involvements in starch industry of China

IX-1 Foreign involvements situation in Chinese starch industry

IX-2 Policy for foreign involvements

X Commercial opportunities and conclusion

X-1 Commercial opportunities

X-2 Conclusion

XI Profiles of key manufacturers

XI-1 Native starch manufacturers

XI-2 Modified starch manufacturers

LIST OF TABLES

Table I-3.1 Output of different kinds of starch in China, 2004-2008

Table II-1.1 Key governmental policies on feedstock

Table II-2.1 Temporary purchasing plans for corn, 2008-2009

Table II-3.1 Major policies on environmental protection related to starch industry in China

Table II-3.2 Environmental standards on starch products in China

Table II-4.1 Industry standards for main starch products

Table III-1.1 Comparison of different native starch properties

Table III-1.2 Comparison of dry method & wet method

Table III-2.1.1.1 Supply & demand situation of corn in China, 2004-2008, million tonnes

Table III-2.1.1.2 Corn yield distribution in China, 2005-2008, million tonnes

Table III-3.2.1 Basic information of key corn starch manufacturers in China, 2009

Table III-3.2.2 Production situation of key corn starch manufacturers in China, 2006-2009

Table III-3.2.3 Corn starch subsidiaries of Zhucheng Xingmao, 2008-2009

Table III-3.2.4 Corn starch subsidiaries of Global Bio-chem, 2008-2009

Table III-3.2.5 Corn starch subsidiaries of China Agri-Industries, 2008-2009

Table III-3.2.6 Corn starch subsidiaries of China Sun, 2008-2009

Table III-3.2.7 National standard for pharmaceutical grade corn starch (CP-1990)

Table III-3.2.8 National standard for food grade corn starch (GB8885-2008)

Table III-3.2.9 National standard for industrial grade corn starch (GB12309-90)

Table III-3.4.1 Manufacturing cost structure of corn starch in Shandong, Oct. 2009

Table III-3.5.1 Details of investment in 100,000t/a corn starch production, 2009

Table III-4.1 Key cassava starch players in China, 2008

Table III-4.2 Quotation & average price of cassava starch in China, 2008-2009

Table III-4.3 Manufacturing cost structure of cassava starch in Guangxi, Oct. 2009

Table III-5.1 Key potato starch players in China, 2008

Table III-5.2 Quotation & average price of potato starch in China, 2008-2009

Table III-5.3 Manufacturing cost structure of potato starch in West China, Oct. 2009

Table III-6.1 Key players of wheat starch in China, 2008

Table III-6.2 Quotation & average price of wheat starch in China, 2008-2009

Table III-7.1.1 Key sweet potato starch players in China 2008

Table III-7.1.2 Quotation & average price of sweet potato starch in China, 2008-2009

Table III-8.1 Forecasted total output & demand of native starch in China, 2009-2020, million tonnes

Table IV-1.1.1 Basic information of key modified starch manufacturers in China, 2009

Table IV-1.1.2 Production situation of key modified starch manufacturers in China, 2008-2009

Table IV-1.1.3 Modified starch subsidiaries of Ting Hsin International Group, 2008-2009

Table IV-1.1.4 Modified starch subsidiaries of China Sun, 2008-2009

Table IV-1.1.5 Cost structure of corn modified starch for food in Oct. 2009

Table IV-2.1.1 Basic information of main fuel ethanol producers in China, 2009

Table IV-2.1.2 Potential fuel ethanol producers in China, 2009

Table IV-3.1.1 Key citric acid producers in China

Table IV-3.2.1 Producers of lactic acid in China, 2009

Table IV-3.2.2 Key items of lactic acid technology for producers in China, 2009

Table IV-4.1.1 Key producers of lysine in China, 2009

Table IV-4.2.1 Active MSG producers in China, 2009

Table IV-5.1.1 Key VC producers in China, 2009

Table IV-5.1.2 Quotation from major VC producers in July 2009

Table IV-5.2.1 VB2 producers in China, 2009

Table IV-5.2.2 VB1 producers in China, 2009

Table IV-5.2.3 Major VB4 producers in China, 2009

Table IV-6.1.1 Key glucose producers in China, 2008-2009

Table IV-6.2.1 Key malt syrup producers in China, 2008-2009

Table IV-6.3.1 Key maltodextrin producers in China, 2008-2009

Table IV-6.4.1 Key HFCS producers in China, 2008-2009

Table IV-7.1.1 Sorbitol producers in China, 2008-2009

Table IV-7.1.2 Capacity of sorbitol producers by product form, 2009

Table IV-7.1.3 Raw material of sorbitol production in China

Table IV-7.1.4 Sorbitol consumption in China

Table IV-7.2.1 Mannit producer in China, 2008-2009

Table IV-7.3.1 Key maltitol producers in China, 2008-2009

Table IV-8.1.1 Key producers of a-amylase in China, 2009

Table IV-8.1.2 a-Amylase preparations and related characteristics

Table IV-8.1.3 Specification of thermal stable amylase preparation

Table IV-8.1.4 Demand for a-amylase based on applications, ’000 tonnes, 2007-2016

Table IV-8.1.5 Situation of a-amylase end use segments

Table IV-8.2.1 Key producers of gluco-amylase in China, 2009

Table IV-8.2.2 Demand for Gluco-amylase based on applications in China, ’000 tonnes, 2007-2016

Table IV-8.2.3 Situation of gluco-amylase end use segments

Table IV-8.3.1 Major Producers of lipase in China, 2009

Table IV-8.3.2 Demand for lipase based on applications, 2008-2016, tonne

Table IV-8.4.1 Key producers of pectinase in China, 2009

Table IV-8.4.2 Demand for pectinase based on applications, 2007-2016, tonne

Table IV-9.1 Production of Ceftazidime in China, 2002-2008, tonnes

Table IV-9.2 Key producers of bulk antibiotics in China, 2008

Table V-2.1 Native starch consumption proportion by volume, 2008

Table VI-1.1.1 Corn export & import, 2004-2008

Table VI-1.2.1 Corn export volume in Jan. -Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-1.2.2 Corn import volume in Jan. -Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.1.1 Import volume of native starch, 2004-2008

Table VI-2.1.1.2 Import value of native starch, 2004-2008

Table VI-2.1.1.3 Key wheat starch import origins in Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.1.4 Key corn starch import origins in Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.1.5 Key potato starch import origins in Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.1.6 Key cassava starch import origins in Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.1.7 Wheat starch import in Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.1.8 Corn starch import in Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.1.9 Potato starch import in Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.1.10 Cassava starch import in Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.2.1 Export volume of native starch, 2004-2008

Table VI-2.1.2.2 Export value of native starch, 2004-2008

Table VI-2.1.2.3 Key wheat starch export destinations in Jan. -Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.2.4 Key corn starch export destinations in Jan. -Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.2.5 Key potato starch export destinations in Jan. -Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.2.6 Key cassava starch export destinations in Jan. -Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.2.7 Wheat starch export in Jan. -Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.2.8 Corn starch export in Jan. -Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.2.9 Potato starch export in Jan. -Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.1.2.10 Cassava starch export in Jan. -Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.2.1.1 Modified starch import, 2004-2008

Table VI-2.2.1.2 Key modified starch import origins, Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.2.1.3 Modified starch import in Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.2.2.1 Modified starch export, 2004-2008

Table VI-2.2.2.2 Key modified starch export destinations inJan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VI-2.2.2.3 Modified starch export in Jan.-Aug., 2008-2009

Table VII-1.1 Mass balance of native starch for native starch manufacturers with raw material processing capacity of 10,000 t/a

Table VII-1.2 Mass balance of native starch in China, 2008

Table VII-2.1 Supply-demand situation of native starch, 2009-2020, million tonnes

Table VII-2.2 Supply-demand situation of modified starch, million tonnes, 2009-2020

Table VII-3.1 Corn supply-demand situation for starch production, 2009-2020, million tonnes

Table VIII-1.1 Average export & import price of starch, 2004-2008

Table VIII-1.2 Average wage of workers by region and company ownership, 2009

Table VIII-2.1 Raw material supply for native starch industry in China, 2004-2008

Table VIII-2.2 Ratio for raw material used in starch industry, 2004-2008

Table IX-1.1 Key foreign investments in native starch in China 2008

Table IX-1.2 Key foreign investments in modified starch in China 2008

Table IX-2.1 Relevant policies for foreign involvement

Table XI-1.1.1 Major products of Zhucheng Xingmao Corn Developing Co., Ltd.

Table XI-1.1.4.1 Major products of Shandong Yishui Dadi Corn Developing Co., Ltd.

Table XI-1.2.3.1 major products of Changchun Jincheng Corn Developing Co., Ltd.

Table XI-1.4.1 Major products of Shandong Xiwang Group Co., Ltd.

Table XI-1.6.1 Major products of Shandong Juneng Group Golden Corn Co., Ltd.

Table XI-1.6.2 Subsidy situation of Shandong Juneng Group Golden Corn Co., Ltd.

Table XI-2.1.1 Major products of Zhucheng Xingmao Corn Developing Co., Ltd.

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure I-1.1 Molecular formula of native starch

Figure I-1.2 Molecular formula of modified starch

Figure I-2.1 Starch output volume distribution in the world, 2008.

Figure II-2.1 Subsidies for peasants planting grain crops, 2004-2008

Figure II-2.2 Export taxation change for corn and native starches, 2008-2009

Figure II-3.1 Evolution of governmental departments on environmental protection in China

Figure II-3.2 Government investment in pollution treatment in China, 2004-2008

Figure II-3.3 Main targets for environmental protection in China, 2005-2010

Figure III-1.1 Output proportion of native starch in China 2008

Figure III-2.1.1.1 Changes of corn planting area in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-2.1.1.2 Geographical distribution of corn planting area in China

Figure III-2.1.2.1 Monthly quotation of corn in Dalian Port, 2007-2009

Figure III-2.1.3.1 Flow chart of corn starch and its by-products production

Figure III-2.1.3.2 Output of by-products of corn starch production, 2008

Figure III-2.1.3.3 Changes of output and market value of corn oil in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-2.1.4.1 Mass flow of corn in its downstream industries, 2008

Figure III-2.1.4.2 Consumption structure of corn in China by volume, 2006-2008

Figure III-2.2.1 Planting area of cassava in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-2.2.2 Geographical distribution of cassava planting area, 2008

Figure III-2.2.3 Output of cassava in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-2.2.4 Price change of cassava in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-2.2.5 Cassava consumption structure in China, 2008

Figure III-2.2.6 Import & export situation of cassava in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-2.3.1 Planting area of potato in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-2.3.2 Geographical distribution of potato planting in China, 2007

Figure III-2.3.3 Output of potato in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-2.3.4 Price change of potato in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-2.3.5 Consumption structure of potato in China, 2008

Figure III-2.3.6 Export situation of potato in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-2.4.1.1 Planting area of wheat in China, 2001-2008.

Figure III-2.4.1.2 Geographical distribution of wheat planting in China, 2008

Figure III-2.4.1.3 Output of wheat in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-2.4.1.4 Price change of wheat in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-2.4.1.5 Consumption structure of wheat in China, 2008

Figure III-2.4.1.6 Import & export situation of wheat in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-2.4.2.1 Price change of sweet potato in China, 2001-2008.

Figure III-2.4.2.2 Consumption structure of sweet potato in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-3.1 Market situation of corn starch industry, 2004-2008

Figure III-3.2.1 Capacity distribution of corn starch in China, 2009

Figure III-3.2.2 Capacity distribution of corn starch in major provinces, 2009

Figure III-4.1 Output of cassava starch in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-4.2 Import volume of cassava starch in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-4.3 Consumption volume of cassava starch in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-4.4 Market value of cassava starch in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-4.5 Price change of cassava starch in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-5.1 Output of potato starch in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-5.2 Price change of potato starch in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-5.3 Consumption volume of potato starch, 2004-2008

Figure III-5.4 Market value of domestic potato starch, 2004-2008

Figure III-5.5 Import & export situation of potato starch in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-6.1 Output of wheat starch in China, 2001-2008

Figure III-6.2 Import & export situation of wheat starch in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-6.3 Consumption volume of wheat starch in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-6.4 Market value of wheat starch in China, 2004-2008

Figure III-8.1 Forecasted total output & demand of corn starch in China, 2009-2020

Figure III-8.2 Forecasted output & demand of potato starch in China, 2009-2020

Figure III-8.3 Forecasted output & demand of cassava starch in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-1.1.1 Production situation of modified starch in China, 2004-2008

Figure IV-1.1.2 Output proportion for major kinds of modified starch, 2008

Figure IV-1.1.3 Capacity distribution of modified starch in China, 2009

Figure IV-1.1.4 Capacity distribution of modified starch by province, 2009

Figure IV-1.1.5 Capacity proportion of different modified starch manufacturers, 2009

Figure IV-1.1.6 Flow chart of producing modified starch by wet method

Figure IV-1.1.7 Flow chart of producing modified starch by dry method

Figure IV-1.2.1 Consumption structure of modified starch by volume in China, 2008

Figure IV-1.3.1 Projected output volume of modified starch in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-2.1.1 Fuel ethanol output in China, 2004-2009

Figure IV-2.1.2 Fuel ethanol capacity structure, by raw materials, 2009

Figure IV-2.1.3 Flowchart of fuel ethanol production technology in China

Figure IV-2.1.4 Projected fuel ethanol market situation in China, 2010-2014

Figure IV-2.2.1 Edible ethanol market in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-2.2.2 Edible ethanol output proportion by different feedstock, 2008

Figure IV-2.2.3 Forecasted capacity and output of edible ethanol in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-3.1.1 Citric acid market in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-3.1.2 Projected citric acid market situation in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-3.2.1 Market situation of lactic acid in China, 2004-2008

Figure IV-3.2.2 Consumption pattern of lactic acid in China, 2008

Figure IV-3.2.3 Demand of lactic acid in the world and China, 2005-2010

Figure IV-3.2.4 Projected latic acid market situation in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-4.1.1 Market situation of Lysine in China, 2004-2008

Figure IV-4.1.2 Average export/import price of lysine in China, 2004-2009

Figure IV-4.1.3 Projected lysine market situation in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-4.2.1 MSG market development in China, 2004-2008

Figure IV-4.2.2 MSG demand situation in China, 2004-2008

Figure IV-4.2.3 Projected MSG market situation in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-5.1.1 VC production in China, 2004-2008

Figure IV-5.1.2 Market share of VC producers in China by output, 2008

Figure IV-5.1.3 VC consumption pattern in the global market, 2008

Figure IV-5.1.4 VC consumption pattern in China, 2008

Figure IV-5.1.5 Chemical synthesis route for VC production

Figure IV-5.1.6 Projected VC market situation in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-5.2.1 Market situation of VB2 in China, 2006-2008

Figure IV-5.2.2 Market situation of VB1 in China, 2006-2008

Figure IV-6.1.1 Glucose market in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-6.1.2 Forecast on glucose market in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-6.2.1 Malt syrup market in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-6.2.2 Forecasted maket value and output of malt syrup in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-6.3.1 Maltodextrin market in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-6.3.2 Forecasted market value and output of maltodextrin in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-6.4.1 HFCS market in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-6.4.2 Forecasted market value and output of HFCS in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-7.1.1 Sorbitol market in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-7.1.2 Distribution of sorbitol capacity, 2008

Figure IV-7.1.3 Forecasted market value and output of sorbitol in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-7.2.1 Mannit market in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-7.2.2 Forecasted market value and output of mannitol in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-7.3.1 Market value & output of maltitol in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-7.3.2 Projected market value and output of maltitol in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-8.1.1 Market situation of a-amylase in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-8.1.2 Consumption pattern of a-amylase in China, 2008

Figure IV-8.1.3 Projected a-amylase market situation in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-8.2.1 Market situation of gluco-amylase in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-8.2.2 Projected gluco-amylase market situation in China, 2009-2014

Figure IV-8.3.1 Market situation of lipase in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-8.3.2 Consumption pattern of lipase in China, 2008

Figure IV-8.3.3 Projected market situation of lipase in China, 2009-2020

Figure IV-8.4.1 Market situation of pectinase in China, 2002-2008

Figure IV-8.4.2 Projected market situation of pectinase in China, 2009-2020

Figure V-1 Native starch consumption volume in China, 2004-2008

Figure V-1.1 Per capita native starch consumption volume in China, 2004-2008

Figure V-1.2 Per capita net income in China, 2004-2008

Figure V-3.1 Market value of food processing industry in China, 2004-2008

Figure V-4.1 Output and growth rate of paper in China, by output, 2004-2008

Figure V-5.1 Output and growth rate of beverages in China, by output, 2004-2008

Figure V-7.1 Projected consumption volume of native starch in China, 2009-2014

Figure VIII-3.2.1 Resistant starch production process of Jilin Agriculture University

Figure VIII-3.2.2 Starch sewage treatment procedures in China

Figure VIII-3.2.3 Comprehensive utilization process of corn starch waste of Qinghuangdao Lihua

Figure IX-1.1 Output share of different enterprises in native starch in China by value, 2008

Figure IX-1.2 Output share of different enterprises in corn starch in China by value, 2008

Figure IX-1.3 Output share of different enterprises in potato starch in China by value, 2008

Figure IX-1.4 Output share of different enterprises in modified starch in China by value, 2008

Figure IX-1.5 Output share of different enterprises in corn, potato and cassava modified starch production in China by value, 2008

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