Monthly Monitoring Report of China's Import and Export of Beef and Mutton

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1. China’s Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef in January 2013   1
1.1 China’s Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef. 1
1.2 By Country. 1
1.3 By Port 2
1.4 By Region. 2
1.5 By Enterprise. 2
2. China’s Import of Frozen Beef in January 2013. 3
2.1 China’s Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef. 3
2.2 By Country. 3
2.3 By Port 3
2.4 By Region. 4
2.5 By Enterprise. 4
3. China’s Mutton Import in January 2013. 5
3.1 China’s Import of Mutton. 5
3.2 By Country. 5
3.3 By Port 5
3.4 By Region. 6
3.5 By Enterprise. 6


1. China’s Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef in January 2013

1.1 China’s Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef

According to Chinese customs’ statistics of import and export, in January 2013, China’s total import volume of fresh and chilled beef was 592,733 kg with the import price being 6.16 USD / kg. Compared with that in January 2012, the import volume increased by 585,327 kg while the import price decreased by 11.77 USD / kg.
Table1 Chinas Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.
 

1.2 By Country

As for countries of import, from Australia, China imported 591,772 kg with the price 6.13 USD/ kg, accounting for 99.84% of the total import volumes; from Canada, China imported 961 kg with the price 22.85 USD/kg, accounting for 0.16% of the total import volumes.
 
Table 2 Chinas Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef by Country in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.
 
Figure 1 Chinas Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef by Country in January 2013

1.3 By Port

China’s fresh and chilled beef are mainly imported through Customs in Tianjin and Shanghai. In January 2013, the volumes of imported beef through Tianjin and Shanghai Customs were 354,592 kg and 166,469 kg respectively, accounting for 87.91% of the total volumes.
 
Table 3 Chinas Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef by Port in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.
 
Figure 2 Chinas Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef by Port in January 2013
 

1.4 By Region

In January 2013, China’s fresh and chilled beef were mainly imported from Beijing and Shanghai with import volume 339,594 kg and 166,469 kg respectively, accounting for 85.38% of the total import volumes.
  
 Table 4 Chinas Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef by Region in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.
 
Figure 3 Chinas Import of Fresh and Chilled Beef by Region in January 2013
 

1.5 By Enterprise

In January 2013, a total of 11 meat-trading enterprises in China engaged in imports of fresh and chilled beef. As far as the distribution of the enterprises is concerned, they are mainly in regions such as Beijing and Shanghai.
 
  Table 5 Top 10 Import Traders of Fresh and chilled Beef in January 2013
 

2. China’s Import of Frozen Beef in January 2013

2.1 China’s Import of Frozen Beef

According to Chinese customs’ statistics of import and export, in January 2013, China’s total import volume of frozen beef was 17,895,790 kg with the import price being 4.03 USD / kg. Compared with that in January 2012, the import volume increased by 15, 876,220 kg and the import price increased by 0.21 USD / kg.
 
Table 6 Chinas Import of Frozen Beef in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.

2.2 By Country

As for countries of import, from Australia, China imported 8,321,502 kg with the price 4.35 USD/ kg, accounting for 46.50% of the total import volumes; from Uruguay, China imported 4,742,522 kg with the price 3.65 USD/kg, accounting for 26.50% of the total import volumes; from New Zealand, China imported 2,969,698 kg with the price 4.05 USD/ kg, accounting for 16.59% of the total import volumes; from other countries, China imported 1,862,068 kg, accounting for 10.41% of the total import volumes.
 
Table 7 Chinas Import of Frozen Beef by Country in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.
Figure 4 Chinas Import of Frozen Beef by Country in January 2013
 

2.3 By Port

China’s frozen beef are mainly imported through Customs in Tianjin, Dalian and Shanghai in January 2013; among them, the volumes of imported beef through Tianjin, Dalian and Shanghai Customs were 6,785,512 kg, 6,137,243 kg and 2,699,582 kg respectively, accounting for 87.30% of the total import volumes.
 
Table 8 Chinas Import of Frozen Beef by Port in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.
 
 
Figure 5 Chinas Import of Frozen Beef by Port in January 2013 
 

2.4 By Region

In January 2013, China’s frozen beef were mainly imported by Liaoning and Tianjin with import volume 5,229,149 kg and 5,537,904 kg respectively, accounting for 60.17% of the total import volumes.
 
Table 9 Chinas Import of Frozen Beef by Region in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.
 
Figure 6 Chinas Import of Frozen Beef by Region in January 2013
 

2.5 By Enterprise

In January 2013, a total of 74 meat-trading enterprises in China engaged in imports of frozen beef. As far as the distribution of the enterprises is concerned, they are mainly in regions such as Dalian, Beijing and Shanghai.
 
Table 10 Top 10 Import Traders of Frozen Beef in January 2013

3. China’s Mutton Import in January 2013

3.1 China’s Import of Mutton

According to Chinese customs’ statistics of import and export, in January 2013, China’s total import volume of mutton was 22,438,346 kg with the import price being 3.59 USD / kg. Compared with that in January 2012, the import volume increased by 15,906,774 kg and the import price increased by 0.25 USD / kg.
Table 11 Chinas Import of Mutton in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.

3.2 By Country

As for countries of import, from New Zealand, China imported 12,546,910 kg with the price 3.89 USD/ kg, accounting for 55.92% of the total import volumes; from Australia, China imported 9,442,753 kg with the price 3.21 USD/kg, accounting for 42.08% of the total import volumes; from Uruguay, China imported 448,683 kg with the price 3.15 USD/ kg, accounting for 2.00% of the total import volumes.
 
 
Table 12 Chinas Import of Mutton by Country in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.
 
Figure 7 Chinas Import of Mutton by Country in January 2013
 

3.3 By Port

China’s Mutton are mainly imported through Customs in Dalian, Tianjin and Qingdao in January 2013; Among them, the volumes of imported mutton through Dalian, Tianjin and Qingdao Customs were 14,668,028 kg, 5,614,903 kg and 1,888,938 kg respectively, accounting for 98.81 % of the total import volumes.
 
Table 13 Chinas Import of Mutton by Port in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.
 
Figure 8 Chinas Import of Mutton by Port in January 2013
 

3.4 By Region

In January 2013, China’s mutton were mainly imported from Heilongjiang, Liaoning and Tianjin; Among them, the import volume of Heilongjiang, Liaoning and Tianjin were 7,411,539 kg, 7,355,983 kg and 4,202,215 kg respectively, accounting for 84.54% of the total import volumes.
 
 
Table 14 Chinas Import of Mutton by Region in January 2013
Unit:Kg, USD, USD/kg.
 
Figure 9 Chinas Import of Mutton by Region in January 2013
 
 

3.5 By Enterprise

In January 2013, a total of 52 meat-trading enterprises in China engaged in imports of Mutton. As far as the distribution of the enterprises is concerned, they are mainly in regions such as Dalian and Heilongjiang.
 
Table 15 Top 10 Import Traders of Mutton in January 2013
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