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Release date:2015-09-08

In April 2014 SAI completed a comprehensive and thorough assessment of the policies in China in the agriculture and food industry. The report covers the following:

  • Seed Policy
  • Fertilizer Policy
  • Agriculture Production Policy (including crop protection products)
  • Agricultural and Food Processing Policy
  • Animal Feed policy

Please contact Stacy Sun at ssun@saiasia.com for more details of the report.

Release date:2015-12-23

The first comprehensive analysis and comparison of nearly 40 economic development zones in China. The study provides subscribers with a detailed understanding of the various alternatives for development of facilities to support their plans and operations in China.

Please contact Stacy Sun at ssun@saiasia.com for more details of the report.

Release date:2015-12-23

The study comprehensively analyzes and compares development opportunities in the 22 major states in India. The study provides subscribers with a cost-effective comparison of the major development opportunities and will allow them to identify the more attractive states for their own development activities.

Please contact Stacy Sun at ssun@saiasia.com for more details of the report.

Release date:2015-12-23

SAI’s staff screened several hundred Chinese manufacturers of thermoplastic compounds. The study analyzes 40 more interesting investment opportunities and provides subscribers with insights about target company’s strengths and weaknesses

Please contact Stacy Sun at ssun@saiasia.com for more details of the report.

Release date:2015-12-23

The first comprehensive analysis and comparison of 40 industrial and export processing in Vietnam. This study provides subscribers with a detailed understanding of the various alternatives for location of facilities to support their growth plans and operations.

Please contact Stacy Sun at ssun@saiasia.com for more details of the report.

Release date:2015-12-23

In October 2007 SAI completed the study on Chinese industrial gases. Western markets for industrial gases are mature and growing at GDP or slightly higher rates depending on the region, whereas industrial gases consumption in China is increasing rapidly. The objective of the study is to assess the characteristics of the industrial gas market in China and the drivers and trends affecting the growth of the various end use market segments. The study will also serve as a source for competitor information on foreign and Chinese suppliers of industrial gases.

Please contact Stacy Sun at ssun@saiasia.com for more details of the report.