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Get An Overview of the Chinese Chemical Industry With This Comprehensive Report

October 16, 2008

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/14bb89/an_overview_of_the) has announced the addition of the “An Overview of the Chinese Chemical Industry” report to their offering.

In 1949 the founders of modern China inherited a scant few chemical factories which collectively could barely be considered an ‘industry’ and contributed less than 2% of GDP. In the subsequent 6 decades China’s chemical industry has seen phenomenal growth and now ranks among the country’s most important industrial sectors. In 2007 the chemical industry contributed over 21% of China’s GDP.

This aim of this 57 page report is to provide, in a relatively compact format, an overview of the development of the Chinese chemical industry. The report plots the course of its growth through to the present and its importance for the national economy.

The report looks at the main chemical products and sectors, and analyse in overview the companies involved, including key features relating to the Top 500 Chinese chemical companies. The report examines imports and exports, and foreign trade issues relating to the chemical industry.

The report ends by highlighting the areas of national focus identified for future development within the industry.

Key Topics Covered:

Introduction

China’s chemical Industry

— Production and growth in China’s Petroleum and Chemical industries

— The development situation of China’s petroleum and chemical industry

— The relationship of the petroleum and chemical industries to other industries

— Industrial economic characteristics of the petroleum and chemical industries1

China’s Chemical Industry – The situation today

— China chemical products

— Imports & Exports of main chemical product

Chemical companies in China

— Number and types of Chinese chemical companies

— China chemical enterprises – Top 500

— The geographic distribution of China chemical companies

Foreign trade issues relating to the Chemical Industry

— The opening of distribution rights and the status quo in China

— Current status of China’s chemical market

Development trends in the Chinese chemical industry

List of Tables

— China’s chemical output in 1949

— China’s Chemical Industry – the 50′s to the 80′s

— The growth in gross PRC industries and chemical industries output values from 1953 – 2003

— The gross output value of the petroleum and chemical industries 2005 to 2007 (in billion RMB)

— PRC GDP and gross output value of petroleum and chemical industries from 2000 to 2007

— Current main Chinese petroleum and chemicals industries and their products

— Import and Export totals 2004 to 2007

— China’s petroleum and chemicals imports and exports in 2005

— Number of Chemical Scale Enterprises and their total output value 1996- 2005

— The number of different types of “Scale- enterprises” in China’s petroleum and chemical industries in 2005

— The performance of different types of “Scale- enterprise” in China petroleum and chemical industries in 2005

— The performance of “Scale- enterprises” in China’s petroleum and chemical industries in 2005 – breakdown by segment

— Economic performance of “Scale- enterprises” in China’s petroleum and chemical industries in 2005 (breakdown by sector

— The top 10 of the TOP- 500 Chinese Chemical Companies

List of Figures:

— Crude oil production 95- 08

— Natural gas production 95- 08

— Chemical fertilizer production 95- 08

— Ethylene production 95- 08

— China’s petroleum & chemicals Imports in 2005

— China’s Petroleum and chemical exports in 2005

— The No of “Scale enterprises” in China’s Petroleum and Chemical industries 1996 to 2005

— Company types in China’s petroleum and chemical industries in 2005

— Distribution of scale- enterprises in 2005 by sector

— Geographic distribution of the Top 500 Chemical companies

— Main chemical industrial bases in China

— The top seven coal- chemical industrial zones in China

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