China Vitamin Monthly News – Research and Markets

05-Oct-2017 Intellasia | BusinessWire | 10:31 PM Print This Post

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Vitamin
China E-News”
newsletter has been added to Research and
Markets’
offering.

Vitamins China E-News provides you with real-time intelligence on
China’s vitamins market.

It is a monthly published newsletter, which can be downloaded in PDF
format. The subscription period is yearly, grants the subscriber 12
issues in total.

China is the world’s largest exporter of vitamins, while the domestic
market has also expanded rapidly in recent years thanks to growing
demand from the feed and pharmaceuticals markets. Now, competition in
the industry is shifting from producing API to higher-margin
pharmaceutical-grade products, while China’s tougher stance on
environmental protection is also having an effect.

Vitamins China E-News will help you stay ahead of the game in this
fast-changing market with real-time reporting on the entire vitamins
industry chain, from raw materials to end consumption.

This Includes:

  • Breaking news from China and abroad
  • The latest market data, including price information for raw materials,
    intermediates and end products, import/export data, production,
    consumption, operating rates, etc.
  • In-depth analysis of market trends, Chinese government policy, the
    performance of leading Chinese producers, M&A, new technologies, and
    more
  • Expert commentary from industry insiders, including regular guest
    articles and interviews with insiders at leading Chinese
    manufacturers, associations and government organizations

For more information about this newsletter visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/qngvgj/vitamin_china

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Topics: Vitamins
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