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Financial Assessment and Credit Risk Analysis of Sugar Industry in China 2016

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ASKCI Consulting Co., Ltd.

Published Date : May 2016

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No. of Pages : 49 Pages


In this report, ASKCI analyzes the financial assessment and credit risk of sugar industry. It will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of this industry from the following aspects: development scale, operating benefit, related policies and industry analysis of major regions and provinces, etc., as well as make scientific prediction on the future development sugar industry.

1)The Aim of this report

  • To provide readers with comprehensive & in-depth understanding of financial situation and credit risk on China’s sugar industry;
  • To understand position of the sugar industry in China;
  • To get more information of the major sugar produced regions;
  • To predict what future of China’s sugar industry will be;
  • To find out the region be worth for investment and the investment risks of sugar industry in China;
  • To reveal opportunities in Chinese sugar industry.

2)Benefit from the report

  • Obtain latest financial information of sugar industry in China, such as enterprise scale, total asset, sale revenue, total profit and so on;
  • Evaluate the status of the sugar industry in China;
  • Identify key trends and opportunities in China’s sugar industry; 
  • Give the future prospects of China’s sugar industry , and point out some investment risks it will face;
  • Find out some regions where are best worth for investment in China’s sugar industry.


  • Word-format report, with around 30-50 pages;
  • Excel-format database of key regions and provinces of sugar industry;

4)Time needed
3 weeks needed


The report will investigate Chinese sugar industry from the following aspects:

  • Development analysis (Industry scale, Industry cost, etc.)
  • Operation situation (Debt paying ability, operation ability, etc.)
  • Major areas (major regions and top 5 provinces)
  • Future forecast 
  • Commercial opportunity

Table of Content

Part  Contents

1 Overview and policy of sugar industry in China

1.1 Overview of sugar industry 
1.1.1 Industry definition
1.1.2 Industry life cycle
1.1.3 Industry status in national economy
1.2 Policy of sugar industry 
1.2.1 Policy on sugar industry
1.2.2 Policy on upstream and downstream industry

2 Development scale of China's sugar industry
2.1 Industry scale analysis of sugar industry in 2011-2015
2.1.1 Enterprise scale
2.1.2 Total asset
2.1.3 Sales revenue
2.1.4 Total profit
2.2 Industry cost analysis of sugar industry in 2011-2015
2.2.1 Sale cost
2.2.2 Sales expense
2.2.3 Administration expense
2.2.4 Financial expense

3 Operating benefit analysis of sugar industry
3.1 Debt paying ability analysis of sugar industry in 2011-2015
3.1.1 Debt scale
3.1.2 Debt-to-assets ratio
3.2 Profitability analysis of sugar industry in 2011-2015
3.2.1 Ratio of profits to cost
3.2.2 Gross profit to sales
3.2.3 Profit ratio of sales
3.2.4 Return on asset
3.3 Operation ability analysis sugar industry in 2011-2015
3.3.1 Total assets turnover
3.3.2 Current asset turnover
3.3.3 Receivables turnover

4 Sugar industry analysis in major regions
4.1 East China
4.1.1 Company number
4.1.2 Asset and liability
4.1.3 Sale revenue
4.1.4 Total profit
4.2 Central China
4.5 South China
4.8.1 Company number
4.8.2 Asset and liability
4.8.3 Sale revenue
4.8.4 Total profit 

5 Sugar industry analysis in Top 5 provinces
5.1 Province A
5.1.1 Enterprise scale
5.1.2 Total asset
5.1.3 Sales revenue
5.1.4 Total profit
5.1.5 Profitability analysis
5.1.6 Operation ability analysis
5.2 Province B
5.5 Province E

6 Future forecast of sugar industry in China
6.1 Investment prospects
6.1.1 Development prospect analysis
6.1.2 Industry sale revenue forecast 2016 to 2020
6.1.3 Industry total profit forecast 2016 to 2020
6.2 Investment risk analysis
6.2.1 Industry policy risk
6.2.2 Raw material market risk
6.2.3 Market competition risk
6.2.4 Technology risk
6.3 Investment advices

List of Table

Table 1.2.1-1 Policy on sugar industry in China, 2010-2016
Table 3.2.1-1 Ratio of profits to cost of sugar industry in China, 2011-2015 
Table 3.2.2-1 Gross profit to sales of sugar industry in China, 2011-2015 
Table 3.2.3-1 Profit ratio of sales of sugar industry in China, 2011-2015

List of Chart

Figure 1.1.2-1 Industry life cycle of sugar industry in China
Figure 2.1.1-1 Enterprise scale distribution of China’s sugar industry, 2015
Figure 2.1.2-1 Total asset of sugar industry in China, 2011-2015
Figure 2.1.3-1 Sales revenue of sugar industry in China, 2011-2015
Figure 2.1.4 Total profit of sugar industry in China, 2011-2015

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