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Exclusive insider report on China oilseed processing sector available;
Discounts on pre-orders
  (12.20.2012)

BOSTON (12/19/12) – Consulting experts from the Global AgInvestingSM Research & Insight group at HighQuest Partners have just composed an insider report entitled Bringing Transparency to the Chinese Oilseed Processing Sector. The in-depth report provides insight into the market dynamics that are driving growth in the Chinese oilseed processing industry and identifies drivers for the industry’s growth over the next decade.

A limited number of copies of the one-of-a-kind, 100-page report can now be pre-ordered, with a discount on orders received by Dec. 31, 2012.

Bringing Transparency to the Chinese Oilseed Processing Sector
contains all-new aggregate data gathered from Chinese oilseed processors that presents actionable industry data for major grain trading firms, transportation and logistics companies, seed developers, trade financing executives, oilseed processors and investors who are seeking to gain a better understanding of the underlying dynamics of the Chinese oilseed processing industry.

Additionally, purchasers of the report will gain insight into:

➢ At what levels of capacity utilization are Chinese oilseed processors currently operating (both in the interior as well as at the major ports)?

➢ Which companies are the major players and how is the industry consolidating?

➢ How is continued modernization of the Chinese compound feed industry likely to affect oilseed processing capacity and capacity utilization over the next decade?

➢ How are trends in Chinese vegetable oil consumption likely to affect China’s oilseed processing industry as well as the level of Chinese imports of vegetable oils?

➢ How has the government supported the industry historically and will it continue to support the industry in the future?

Bill Devens, managing director and lead on the project, explained that because domestic oilseed production in China is not sufficient to support the rapid increase in demand, China has become a major importer of soybeans, accounting for almost 64% of the total global soybean trade in 2011/12.

“Despite China’s major influence on the global oilseed trade, little information is available on the Chinese oilseed processing industry, including government policy towards the industry, and the factors that explain why Chinese oilseed processors continue processing oilseeds at record volumes despite declining profitability,” he said. “This must-read report provides all this critical information and more.”

Copies of Bringing Transparency to the Chinese Oilseed Processing Sector will be available on February 26, 2013. Look here for more information, including cost and an order form, or contact Bill Devens at wdevens@highquestpartners.com or 978-887-8800, x105. Follow us on Twitter @GlobalAgInvest #ChinaCrush.

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