DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Review and Impact Analysis of Corn Subsidy Policies of Chinese Government" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.
This report aims to analyse the impacts of the policies on corn industry in the aspects of planting area, production, import & export, inventory and price after 2007, revealing the reasons for the change of the corn policies and the future trend for these policies.
China's corn reserve policy which was carried out in 2007, aims to stabilize the market price of corn by ensuring farmers' corn production to keep a stable corn supply in China. From 2007 to March 2016, corn production and planting area grew rapidly. However, as the domestic corn is not as competitive as the imported one, China has gradually become a net importer of corn, resulting in a lot of corn stock. So China's corn subsidy policies gradually turned to "market procurement" and direct subsidies to corn producers.
The report mainly focuses on the information below:
- Overview of China's economic and agricultural growth
- China's corn supply and demand balance in recent years
- Policies on and changes in China's corn planting and supply, corn import and export
- Price changes and comparison between domestic and imported corn
- Forecast on Chinese government's policy trend for corn industry
Key Topics Covered:
Introduction and methodology
1 Background of China's corn subsidy policies and policy changes
1.1 Overview of China's economic and agricultural growth since the late 1970s
1.2 Position of China's corn supply and demand in the global landscape
1.3 China's corn supply and demand balance in recent years
2 China's corn subsidy policies in recent years and impact analysis
2.1 Policies on corn planting and supply
2.2 Corn planting area and output changes
2.3 Price changes and comparison between domestic and imported corn
2.4 Policies on corn import and export
2.5 China's import and export volume changes of corn and its substitutes
3 Forecast on Chinese government's policy trend on corn industry
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