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Reportlinker Adds Research Report on Chinese Silver Industry, 2009-2010 Report.

NEW YORK -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.

Research Report on Chinese Silver Industry, 2009-2010

http://www.reportlinker.com/p0151235/Research-Report-on-Chinese-Silver-Industry-2009-2010.html

In 2008, output of Chinese silver ranked the first all over the world with 9,587 tons, increasing by 5.45% YOY. The growth rate decreased compared with over 20% in previous five years. Meanwhile, there is no change in distribution of domestic silver. Most are spin-offs from copper, lead or zinc. Others are from regeneration or independent silver ores.

In 2008, main provinces for silver production were Hunan, Henan, Yunnan and Jiangxi. Enterprises ranking top four in output were Yuguang Gold and Lead Group, Yunnan Copper, Xinda Silver Industry, Chenzhou City Jingui Silver Industry.

In 2008, export quota of silver was 4,800 tons. On August 1st, 2008, the 5% export rebate was eliminated. Affected by rebate elimination and price decrease, export volume was 4,043 tons, 441 tons less than in 2007.

Silver powder import increased to 1,511 tons in 2008, rising by 54.34% YOY. Import of silver concentrate reached 70,100 tons, declining by 62.84% YOY.

In 2008, there was no great change in Chinese sliver consumption structure compared with 2007. The consumption reached 4,500 tons. The growth rate of consumption exceeded 10% for years.

Silver price trend depends on two factors: investment/speculation demand of silver as a product and demand & supply of silver. Investment demand is closely related to global financial liquidity (inflation level) and USD trend. It is predicted that the global investment demand is low in 2009. As to demand & supply of silver, it is estimated that supply exceeds demand in 2009; in 2010, price will benefit from the huge export decrease of Chinese primary silver.

In 2007, 51% of silver demand was from industrial fields, including electricity, electronics, silver based solder, etc. Benefitted from global economy booming, silver demand from industrial fields was in stable increase in the past six years. Compound annual growth rate (CAGR) was 5.2%. It is estimated that demand from industrial fields will decline by 3%-5% affected by global financial crisis in 2009. In 2007, consumption demand (photography, jewelry, silverwares, silver coins and medals) took up 43% of the aggregate demand. Due to the decreasing demand from photography, declining tendency of total silver consumption demand could not be got rid off in a short period.

70% of silver is the spin-off of copper, lead, zinc and gold. From 2005 to 2007, substantial price increase of these metals resulted in the release of huge mine productivity in 2009-2010. It is believed that as long as prices of these metals are higher than production costs, silver supply will be in stable increase with the increasing outputs of copper, lead and zinc( though prices of these metals have declined since 2008).

It is predicted that global industrial demand for silver will rise in the second half of 2009 though demand of the whole year may be lower than in 2008. Output of associated minerals of silver is reduced while new applications of silver are emerging. In the long run, the prospect of silver is optimistic. Rapid development of Chinese economy pushes silver consumption. Chinese silver manufacture will enter increasing period. Silver output is estimated a stable increase in 2009 but growth rate will decline. Chinese silver industry is heading to large scale, brand and internationalization. International cooperation opportunities are increased. There is great potential in Chinese silver consumption market. Consumption growth rate will be higher than output growth rate in the future.

Investment in further processing of silver will be hot in China. Major investment objects are E-silver paste, nanometer silver powder, nanometer silver antimicrobial material, high-performance silver based alloy and electric shock, etc.

Through this report, readers can acquire more information: -Production in Chinese silver industry -Chinese silver consumption -Import & export of Chinese silver products -Main policies on Chinese silver industry -Main Chinese silver producers and their operations -Silver price trend in Chinese market -Development trend of Chinese silver industry -Investment opportunities in Chinese silver industry Following persons are recommended to buy this report: -Silver producers -Silver traders -Silver processors -Jewelry producers -Investors concerning the silver industry -Research institutions concerning the silver industry -Others concerning silver industry 1 Overview of Silver 1.1 Physical and Chemical Properties 1.2 Main Applications 1.3 Main Refining Methods 2 Market and Price of Silver 2.1 Global Silver Ore Storage 2.2 Price Trend 2.3 Driving Factors on Demand 2.4 Supply 2.5 Production Cost 3 Analysis on Present Situation of Chinese Silver Industry 3.1 Policies 3.2 Storage 3.3 Structure Characteristics 3.4 Supply 3.5 Consuming Structure & Demand 3.6 Import & Export 4 Major Silver Producers in China 4.1 Henan Yuguang Gold and Lead Group Co., Ltd. 4.2 Yunnan Copper Co., Ltd. 4.3 Hunan Xinda Silver Industry Stock Limited Company 4.4 Hunan Chenzhou City Jingui Silver Industry Co., Ltd. 4.5 Anyang Yubei Gold and Lead Co, Ltd 4.6 Jiangxi Copper Corporation 4.7 Zhuzhou Smelter Group Co., Ltd. 4.8 Shuikoushan Non-ferrous Metals Group Co., Ltd. 4.9 Daye Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. 4.10 Longtianyong Nonferrous Metals Co., Ltd. 5 Recommendations on Development and Investment of Chinese Silver Industry 5.1 Investment Opportunities 5.2 Investment Recommendations 5.3 Development Recommendations Selected Charts Chart Global Silver Storage Distribution Chart Net Investment Demand of Silver (ton) Chart Global Silver Demand Distribution Chart Global Silver Output Structure Chart Main Silver Mines in China Chart Main Chinese Silver Producers and Their Outputs Chart Chinese Silver Outputs, 2001-2008 Chart Chinese Imported Silver Powder and Semi-processed Silver Chart Chinese Silver Consumption, 2004-2008 Chart Chinese Silver Consumption Structure Chart Import and Export Volumes of Chinese Silver, 2004-2008 Chart Prediction on Chinese Silver Consumption, 2009-2012 To order this report: Research Report on Chinese Silver Industry, 2009-2010 http://www.reportlinker.com/p0151235/Research-Report-on-Chinese-Silver-Industry-2009-2010.html More market research reports here!
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