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Global and China Beer Industry Report, 2012-2014

NEW YORK, Jan. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Global and China Beer Industry Report, 2012-2014

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In recent years, the global beer production and sales have maintained continuous growth. Total production in 2011 reached 192.7 million kiloliters, a year-on-year rise of 3.82%; China, the United States, Brazil, Russia and Germany as the world's top five largest beer-producing countries together accounted for 54% of the global beer production. Following the acceleration of cross-border mergers and acquisitions in the beer industry (e.g. Anheuser-Busch InBev wholly owns China's Harbin Brewery; SABMiller holds a 49% stake in China Resources Snow Breweries; Carlsberg acquires a 29.71% stake in China's Chongqing Brewery, etc.), international beer companies have witnessed an increasing concentration ratio; currently, Anheuser-Busch InBev, SABMiller, Heineken and Carlsberg occupy a total of 46% market share.

As the world's largest beer producer and consumer, in 2011 China realized beer production and sales volume of 48.989 million kiloliters and 48.557 million kiloliters, respectively, of which, the former accounted for 25.42% worldwide. At present, China's beer market is mainly distributed in East, Central, South and Northeast regions, whose aggregate output held 76.5% of the national total in 2011.

In 2011, China Resources Enterprise, Limited (CRE), Tsingtao Brewery Co.,Ltd. and Yanjing Beer Group Corporation as the leading beer brewers in China accounted for a total of 48.1% market share nationwide; wherein, CRE ranked first in beer sales volume by reaching 10.235 million kiloliters.

In addition to actively intensifying brand propaganda, major Chinese beer brewers have also expanded capacity by way of new construction, mergers & acquisitions or construction expansion. Tsingtao Brewery, for instance, realized new capacity of 2.1 million kiloliters in 2011 by means of acquiring Hangzhou Xin'an River Brewery Co., Ltd. and Shaoguan Vigour Brewery Co., Ltd., expanding Suqian Brewery, etc.; in 2012, the new construction project of Guangdong Jieyang Brewery, expansion projects of Yangzhou Brewery and Weiwu Brewery were completed and put into production; moreover, Tsingtao Brewery's first overseas base "Tsingtao Brewery (Thailand) Co., Ltd." plans to be completed and put into operation at the end of 2013.

Global and China Beer Industry Report, 2012-2014 of ResearchInChina mainly covers the followings:

- Supply and demand, regional distribution, competitive landscape, development trend, etc. of global beer industry;

- supply and demand, regional distribution, import and export, competitive landscape, development trend, etc. of China beer industry.

- Operation, beer business analysis and development, etc. of 15 international and Chinese beer enterprises.

1. Beer Industry Overview1.1 Definition1.2 Classification

2. Development of Global Beer Industry

2.1 Market Supply

2.2 Market Demand

2.3 Regional Distribution

2.4 Competitive Landscape

2.5 Development Trend

3. Development of China Beer Industry 3.1 Overview3.2 Market Supply3.3 Market Demand3.4 Import & Export3.5 Regional Distribution3.6 Market Price3.7 Competitive Landscape3.8 Development Trend

4. Key Global Beer Brewers

4.1 Anheuser-Busch InBev

4.1.1 Profile

4.1.2 Operation

4.1.3 Revenue Structure

4.1.4 R&D and Investment

4.1.5 Business in China

4.1.6 Development Prospect

4.2 SABMiller

4.2.1 Profile

4.2.2 Operation

4.2.3 Revenue Structure

4.2.4 R&D and Investment

4.2.5 Business in China

4.2.6 Development Prospect

4.3 Heineken

4.3.1 Profile

4.3.2 Operation

4.3.3 Revenue Structure

4.3.4 R&D and Investment

4.3.5 Business in China

4.3.6 Development Prospect

4.4 Carlsberg

4.4.1 Profile

4.4.2 Operation

4.4.3 Revenue Structure

4.4.4 R&D and Investment

4.4.5 Business in China

4.4.6 Development Prospect

4.5 Asahi

4.5.1 Profile

4.5.2 Operation

4.5.3 Revenue Structure

4.5.4 R&D and Investment

4.5.5 Beer Business

4.5.6 Business in China

4.5.7 Development Prospect

5. Key Chinese Beer Breweries5.1 Tsingtao Brewery (600600)5.1.1 Profile5.1.2 Operation5.1.3 Revenue Structure5.1.4 Gross Margin5.1.5 Clients 5.1.6 R&D and Investment5.1.7 Marketing Mode5.1.8 Development Prospect5.2 Beijing Yanjing Brewery (000729)5.2.1 Profile5.2.2 Operation5.2.3 Revenue Structure5.2.4 Gross Margin5.2.5 Clients and Suppliers5.2.6 R&D and Investment5.2.7 Development Prospect5.3 China Resources Enterprise (0291.HK)5.3.1 Profile5.3.2 Operation5.3.3 Revenue Structure5.3.4 Gross Profit5.3.5 Beer Business5.3.6 Development Prospect5.4 Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery (002461)5.4.1 Profile5.4.2 Operation5.4.3 Revenue Structure5.4.4 Gross Margin5.4.5 Clients and Suppliers5.4.6 Investment5.4.7 Development Prospect5.5 Chongqing Brewery (600132)5.5.1 Profile5.5.2 Operation5.5.3 Revenue Structure5.5.4 Gross Margin5.5.5 Development Prospect5.6 Fujian Yanjing Huiquan Brewery (600573) 5.6.1 Profile5.6.2 Operation5.6.3 Revenue Structure5.6.4 Gross Margin5.6.5 Client and Supplier5.6.6 Development Prospect5.7 Lanzhou Huanghe Enterprise (000929)5.7.1 Profile5.7.2 Operation5.7.3 Revenue Structure 5.7.4 Gross Margin5.7.5 Clients and Suppliers5.7.6 Development Prospect5.8 Tibet Galaxy Science & Technology Development (000752)5.8.1 Profile5.8.2 Operation5.8.3 Revenue Structure5.8.4 Gross Margin5.8.5 Clients and Suppliers5.8.6 Development Prospect5.9 Kingway Brewery (0124.HK)5.9.1 Profile5.9.2 Operation5.9.3 Revenue Structure5.9.4 Development Prospect5.10 San Miguel Brewery Hong Kong (0236.HK)5.10.1 Profile5.10.2 Operation5.10.3 Revenue Structure5.10.4 Clients and Suppliers5.10.5 Development Prospect

Selected Charts

Beer Production Technology

Beer Classification (by Production Technology)

Beer Classification (by Color)

Beer Classification (by Wort Concentration)

Global Beer Production and YoY Growth Rate, 2007-2011

Proportion of Beer Production of World's Top 10 Countries, 2011

Consumption of World's Top 10 Beer Consuming Countries, 2004-2010

Global Beer Consumption Per Capita (by Country), 2010

Global Beer Consumption Structure (by Region), 2010

Market Share of World's Top 4 Beer Breweries, 2010

Top 3 Global Beer Brands and Market Share (by Country), 2010

Beer Output and YoY Growth Rate in China, 2007-2012

Beer Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate in China, 2007-2012

Beer Sales-Output Ratio in China, 2005-2012

Gross Margin of Beer in China, 2001-2012

Chinese Beer Consumption Per Capita, 2004-2011

China's Beer Import and Export Volume, 2008-2012

China's Beer Import and Export Value, 2008-2012

China's Beer Output (by Region), 2007-2012

China's Top 10 Beer Producing Provinces, 2008-2012

Monthly Wheat Import Price in China, 2009-2012

Beer Business Revenue of Main Beer Companies in China, 2008-2012

China's Beer Sales Volume (by Company), 2009-2012

Market Share of Some Chinese Beer Companies (by Sales Volume), 2008-2012

Market Layout of China's Top 4 Beer Companies, 2011

Value of China's Top 6 Beer Brands, 2012

Beer Output, Sales Volume and Sales-Output Ratio in China, 2010-2015

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Anheuser-Busch InBev, 2007-2012

Gross Profit and YoY Growth Rate of Anheuser-Busch InBev, 2009-2012

Beer Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of Anheuser-Busch InBev, 2009-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Anheuser-Busch InBev (by Region), 2010-2012

Beer Sales Volume Structure of Anheuser-Busch InBev (by Region), 2009-2012

R&D Costs and % of Total Revenue of Anheuser-Busch InBev, 2009-2011

Distribution of Anheuser-Busch InBev's Key Subsidiaries in China, 2011

Key Construction Projects of Anheuser-Busch InBev in China, 2011-2014

Revenue, Gross Profit and YoY Growth Rate of Anheuser-Busch InBev, 2010-2014

SABmiller's Development Strategy

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of SABmiller, FY2008-FY2013

Beer Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of SABmiller, FY2009-FY2013

Revenue Breakdown of SABmiller (by Region), FY2008-FY2013

Beer Sales Volume Breakdown of SABmiller (by Region), FY2009-FY2013

R&D Costs and % of Total Revenue of SABmiller, FY2009-FY2012

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of SABmiller, FY2011-FY2015

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Heineken, 2007-2012

Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Heineken, 2007-2012

Beer Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of Heineken, 2007-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Heineken (by Region), 2010-2012

Beer Sales Volume Breakdown of Heineken (by Region), 2010-2012

R&D Costs and % of Total Revenue of Heineken, 2007-2011

Main Companies Acquired by Heineken, 2011

Revenue, Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Heineken, 2010-2015

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Carlsberg, 2007-2012

Gross Profit and YoY Growth Rate of Carlsberg, 2008-2012

Beer Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of Carlsberg, 2007-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Carlsberg (by Region), 2010-2012

R&D Costs and % of Total Revenue of Carlsberg, 2008-2011

Distribution of Carlsberg's Key Subsidiaries in China, 2011

Revenue, Gross Profit and YoY Growth Rate of Carlsberg, 2010-2014

Subsidiary Distribution of Asahi (by country), 2011

Asahi's Structure (by Business), 2012

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Asahi, 2007-2012

Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Asahi, 2007-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Asahi (by Business/Region), 2007-2012

R&D Costs of Asahi, 2007-2011

Beer Sales and YoY Growth Rate of Asahi, 2007-2011

Beer Revenue Structure of Asahi (by Location), 2010-2011

Beer Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of Asahi, 2007-2011

Distribution of Asahi's Key Subsidiaries in China, 2011

Revenue, Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Asahi, 2010-2014

Ownership Structure of Tsingtao Brewery, 2011

Brand Value of Tsingtao Brewery, 2009-2011

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Tsingtao Brewery, 2006-2012

Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Tsingtao Brewery, 2006-2012

Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of Tsingtao Brewery (by Brand), 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Tsingtao Brewery (by Product), 2006-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Tsingtao Brewery (by Region), 2006-2012

Beer Product Gross Margin and Sales Gross Margin of Tsingtao Brewery, 2006-2012

Tsingtao Brewery's Revenue from Top 5 Clients and % of Total Revenue, 2009-2012

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Tsingtao Brewery's Top 5 Clients, 2010-2011

R&D Costs and % of Total Revenue of Tsingtao Brewery, 2009-2011

Major Acquisition Events of Tsingtao Brewery, 2006-2011

Key Construction Projects of Tsingtao Brewery, 2011-2014

"Big Customer" Model of Tsingtao Brewery

Sports Marketing Activities of Tsingtao Brewery, 2006-2012

Product Classification of Tsingtao Brewery (by Brand), 2011

Revenue, Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Tsingtao Brewery, 2010-2014

Brand Value of Beijing Yanjing Brewery (by Brand), 2009-2011

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Beijing Yanjing Brewery, 2006-2012

Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Beijing Yanjing Brewery, 2006-2012

Beer Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of Beijing Yanjing Brewery, 2008-2012

Revenue Structure of Beijing Yanjing Brewery (by Product), 2011-2012

Revenue Structure of Beijing Yanjing Brewery (by Region), 2008-2011

Gross Margin Breakdown of Beijing Yanjing Brewery (by Product), 2010-2012

Beijing Yanjing Brewery's Procurement / Revenue from Top 5 Suppliers / Clients and % of Total Procurement / Revenue, 2008-2012

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Beijing Yanjing Brewery's Top 5 Clients, 2011-2012

Projects under Construction of Beijing Yanjing Brewery by June 2012

Revenue, Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Beijing Yanjing Brewery, 2010-2014

Distribution of Major Events of China Resources Enterprise (by Business), 2011

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of China Resources Enterprise, 2007-2012

Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of China Resources Enterprise, 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of China Resources Enterprise (by Business), 2010-2011

Revenue Structure of China Resources Enterprise (by Region), 2009-2011

Gross Profit and YoY Growth Rate of China Resources Enterprise, 2007-2011

Beer Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of China Resources Enterprise, 2009-2012

Beer Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of China Resources Enterprise (by Brand), 2008-2012

Brewery Number and Beer Capacity of China Resources Enterprise, 2010-2012

Brewery Distribution of China Resources Enterprise (by Region) by end-2011

Major Beer Acquisition Events of China Resources Enterprise in China, 2003-2011

Revenue, Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of China Resources Enterprise, 2010-2014

Capacity Distribution of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery (by Subsidiary) as of end-2011

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery, 2006-2012

Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery, 2006-2012

Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery, 2007-2011

Revenue Breakdown of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery (by Product), 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery (by Region), 2011

Gross Margin Breakdown of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery (by Product), 2007-2012

Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery's Revenue / Procurement from Top 5 Clients / Suppliers and % of Total Revenue / Procurement, 2007-2012

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery's Top 5 Clients, 2010-2011

Key Projects under Construction of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery by 2011

Revenue, Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Guangzhou Zhujiang Brewery, 2010-2014

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Chongqing Brewery, 2007-2012

Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Chongqing Brewery, 2007-2012

Chongqing Brewery's Revenue from Top 5 Clients and % of Total Revenue, 2010-2012

Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of Chongqing Brewery, 2009-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Chongqing Brewery (by Product), 2007-2012

Revenue Structure of Chongqing Brewery (by Region), 2011

Gross Margin Breakdown of Chongqing Brewery (by Product), 2007-2012

Revenue, Net Income and YoY of Chongqing Brewery, 2010-2014

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Fujian Yanjing Huiquan Brewery, 2007-2012

Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Fujian Yanjing Huiquan Brewery, 2007-2012

Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of Fujian Yanjing Huiquan Brewery, 2009-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Fujian Yanjing Huiquan Brewery (by Product), 2009-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Fujian Yanjing Huiquan Brewery (by Region), 2007-2012

Gross Margin Breakdown of Fujian Yanjing Huiquan Brewery (by Product), 2009-2012

Fujian Yanjing Huiquan Brewery's Procurement / Revenue from Top 5 Suppliers / Clients and % of Total Procurement / Revenue, 2010-2012

Revenue, Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Fujian Yanjing Huiquan Brewery, 2010-2014

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Lanzhou Huanghe Enterprise, 2007-2012

Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Lanzhou Huanghe Enterprise, 2007-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Lanzhou Huanghe Enterprise (by Product), 2007-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Lanzhou Huanghe Enterprise (by Region), 2007-2012

Gross Margin Breakdown of Lanzhou Huanghe Enterprise (by Product), 2007-2012

Lanzhou Huanghe Enterprise's Procurement / Revenue from Top 5 Suppliers / Clients and % of Total Procurement / Revenue, 2009-2012

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Lanzhou Huanghe Enterprise, H1 2012

Revenue, Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Lanzhou Huanghe Enterprise, 2010-2014

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Tibet Galaxy Science & Technology Development? 2007-2012

Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Tibet Galaxy Science & Technology Development, 2007-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Tibet Galaxy Science & Technology Development (by Product), 2007-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Tibet Galaxy Science & Technology Development (by Region), 2007-2012

Gross Margin Breakdown of Tibet Galaxy Science & Technology Development (by Product), 2007-2012

Tibet Galaxy Science & Technology Development's Procurement / Revenue from Top 5 Suppliers / Clients and % of Total Procurement / Revenue, 2009-2012

Name List and Revenue Contribution of Tibet Galaxy Science & Technology Development, 2011

Revenue, Net Income and YoY Growth Rate of Tibet Galaxy Science & Technology Development, 2010-2014

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of Kingway Brewery, 2007-2012

Gross Profit and YoY Growth Rate of Kingway Brewery, 2007-2012

Beer Sales Volume and YoY Growth Rate of Kingway, 2007-2012

Revenue Breakdown of Kingway Brewery (by Region), 2010-2012

Revenue, Gross Profit and YoY Growth Rate of Kingway, 2010-2014

Revenue and YoY Growth Rate of San Miguel Brewery Hong Kong, 2007-2012

Gross Profit and YoY Growth Rate of San Miguel Brewery Hong Kong, 2009-2012

Revenue Breakdown of San Miguel Brewery Hong Kong (by Region), 2010-2012

San Miguel Brewery Hong Kong's Procurement / Revenue from Top 5 Suppliers / Clients and % of Total Procurement / Revenue, 2009-2011

Revenue, Gross Profit and YoY Growth Rate of San Miguel Brewery Hong Kong, 2010-2014

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