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Report Name】?China Dairy Market Review & Outlook 2010-2011

    Published】?Mar/2011

    Report Code】?IG

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Abstract】?

     2010 is an unusual year of China's dairy market. The cost of dairy cattle forage, fuel power and labor are general on the increase which leading to a higher raw milk prices. By the cost-effective point of view, China has become one of the countries having the highest raw milk prices in the world. An extravagant price of raw milk not only weakened the competitive of Chinese dairy industry in the international market, but also brought enormous cost pressure to the domestic dairy processing enterprises. Gross margin of the dairy industry is declining. According to the financial reports of listed companies, both corporate grass margin and sales profit have decreased in varying degrees. The melamine incident in 2008 and the world financial crisis led to global raw milk and dairy prices fell to a new bottom of recent years in 2009. In 2010, the global economic began recovery, consumer demand for milk and dairy products quickly picked up. Strong demand and short supply drove raw milk and dairy products prices continue to rise. Domestic raw milk and milk-based raw material prices remained high, processors began to seek for greater recourse in the international market. In 2010, the whole milk powder and skim milk powder China imported from New Zealand is expected to exceed 0.4 million MT, bringing a major impact on milk powder industry and even the entire dairy industry of China, which is facing tough market environment. The resurgence of the melamine incident in 2010 sounded the alarm to dairy quality and safety once again, directly impacting on the sustainable and healthy development of domestic market consumption and the industry. The Chinese government has increased efforts to regulate the industry and the industry significantly increased barriers to entry. In view of policies introduced of the year, the government support and preferential policies tilted for the scale farming; the needs of dairy products processing enterprises for controlled milk origin is further enhanced, enterprises entirely dependent on imports of foreign brands are facing unprecedented challenges, the unreasonable "national treatment" policy for foreign investment is cancelled, all these will enhance the competitiveness of domestic enterprises and foreign enterprises and "the right to speak" impact of foreign investments in high-end formula milk powder market will be affected.

     In 2010, domestic and international market environment that China's dairy industry faces experienced major changes. The industry is reflecting and a growing number of dairy companies are rethinking of the survival and development ways, particularly major dairy companies are adjusting their corporate strategies to respond to new market and policy environment. In 2011, the Telephone 0755-25407633 25407713 25407397 25193391

    Chinese dairy industry will face more severe market environment, raw milk prices and dairy prices will continue to rise on the current high level. With the newly introduced policies implemented in 2011, a large number of dairy processing companies are expected to withdraw under the improved threshold for the industry. The industry concentration will increase.

     This report presents a panoramic view of China’s dairy industry in 2010, including raw milk and dairy production, dairy products consumption, dairy products trade, raw milk and dairy products price trends, the running of China’s dairy industry, competition situation of China’s dairy market, operating performance, investment of dairy companies, the world dairy market trends, the production, consumption and trade of main dairy producing and trading countries, the impact of the world dairy market on China’s dairy industry, and predict of the development trend of China’s dairy industry in 2011.

    This report is the result of collective wisdom of the dairy research group of BOABC. The senior dairy analysts of BOABC dairy research group are members of relevant government sectors and association think tank, maintaining a good relationship with relevant government departments and a good relationship with national key dairy companies, associated industries and enterprises. These resource advantages provide a unique and valuable professional support for the writing of the report, and ensure the data cited are accurate, authorized, scientific and forward-looking. BOABC believes that the report is an important reference for domestic and foreign investment companies, dairy companies, dairy ingredient suppliers, relevant equipment suppliers to make strategic decisions, and an important reference for industry associations, research institutions and other organizations.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Overview of China’s Dairy Industry in 2010 1

    1.1 Raw Milk Production 1

    1.1.1 Slight Slip of Dairy Cattle Inventory 1

    1.1.2 Minor Growth of Raw Milk Production 1

    1.2 Dairy Processing 1

    1.2.1 Continual Fast Growth of Liquid Milk Production 1

    1.2.2 Continual Rally of Solid Dairy Production 1

    1.3 Dairy Trade 2

    1.3.1 Continual Marked Growth of Dairy Import 2

    1.3.2 Continual Sluggishness of Dairy Export 2

    1.4 Dairy Consumption 2

    1.4.1 Rally of Per Capita Possession Volume of Milk 2

    1.4.2 Steady Per Capita Dairy Consumption by Urban Residents 2

    1.5 Dairy Price 3

    1.6 Operation of the Dairy Industry 3

    1.7 Restructuring of the Industry 3

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1.8 Dairy Industry Policy 4

    Dairy Industry Policy 4

    Chapter 2 Policy Environment for China’s Dairy Industry in 2010 5

    2.1 Overview of Relevant Policies, Standards and Plans 5 2.2 Policy 5

    2.2.1 Major Content of the “Circular on Further Strengthening Dairy Quality and Safety Work

    from the General Office of the State Council” and Impact on Dairy Industry 5

    2.2.2 Major Content of the “Examination Rules on Prerequisites for Dairy Production of

    Companies (2010 version)” and Impact on Dairy Industry 6

    2.2.3 Major Content of “Examination Rules on Prerequisites for Production of Infant/young

    Child’s Formula Milk Powder of Companies (2010 version)” and Impact on Dairy Industry 7

    2.2.4 Major Content of the “Special Fund from Central Finance for Animal Breed Improvement in

    2010” 8

    2.3 Standards 8

    2.3.1 Major Contents of 66 National Standards on Dairy Quality and Safety 8

    2.3.2 Impact from the New National Standard on Dairy Quality and Safety to Dairy Industry 9

    2.3.3 Stipulations of the “General Requirements on Labels of Edible Essence” 10

    2.3.4 Stipulations of the New “Food Nutrition Enriching Agents” 10

    2.4 Plans 11

    2.4.1 Major Content of the “National Dairy Farming Development Plan” (2009-2013) 11

    2.4.2 Impact on Dairy Industry from the Plan 12 Chapter 3 Dairy Production in China in 2010 13 3.1 Raw Milk Production 13

    3.1.1 Overview 13

    3.1.2 Dairy Cattle Inventory 13

    3.1.3 Raw Milk Production 14

    3.1.4 Regional Layout of Dairy Farming 15

    3.1.5 Raw Milk Procurement Price 15

    3.1.6 Dairy Farming Modes 16

    3.1.7 Dairy Farming Profit 16

    3.1.8 Feed Price 17

    3.2 Dairy Processing 19

    3.2.1 Liquid Milk 19

    3.2.2 Solid Dairy Products 23

    3.2.3 Milk Powder 25

    3.2.4 Other Solid Dairy Products 26

    Chapter 4 China’s Trade of Dairy Products in 2010 28

    4.1 Dairy Import 28

    4.1.1 Overview 28

    4.1.2 Import Structure 28

    4.2 Milk Powder Import 29

    4.2.1 Import Quantity 29

    4.2.2 Import Structure 30

    4.2.3 Source of Import 31

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    4.2.4 Destination of Import 31 4.2.5 Importation Price 32

    4.2.6 Web Quote of Fonterra Full-cream Milk Powder 33

    4.3 Whey Import 34

    4.3.1 Import Quantity 34

    4.3.2 Source of Import 34

    4.3.3 Destination of Import 35 4.3.4 Importation Price 36

    4.4 Import of Milk Fat 36

    4.4.1 Import Quantity 36

    4.4.2 Source of Import 37

    4.4.3 Importation Price 37

    4.5 Cheese Import 38

    4.5.1 Import Quantity 38

    4.5.2 Source of Import 39

    4.5.3 Importation Price Analysis 40 4.5.3 Importation Price 40

    4.6 Import of Fresh Dairy Products 41 44.6.1 Import Quantity 41

    4.6.2 Source of Import 41

    4.6.3 Importation Price 41

    4.7 Yogurt Import 42

    4.7.1 Import Quantity 42

    4.7.2 Importation Price 42

    4.8 Lactose Import 43

    4.9 Import of Infant/young Child’s Formula Milk Powder 44

    4.10 Import of Dairy Cattle and Their Bio Products 45

    4.10.1 Import Quantity 45

    4.10.2 Importation Price 46

    4.11 Alfalfa Import 46

    4.11 Dairy Export 47

    4.11.1 Overview 47

    4.11.2 Structure of Dairy Export 47 4.11.3 Fresh Dairy Export 48

    4.11.4 Milk Powder Export 50

    Chapter 5 Dairy Consumption in China in 2010 54

    5.1 Overview 54

    5.2 Structure of Dairy Consumption by Urban Residents 57

    5.3 Dairy Consuming Regions of Urban Residents 58

    5.4 Dairy Consumption by Rural Residents 63 5.5 Retail Price of Dairy Products 63 5.5.1 Fresh Milk Price 63

    5.5.2 Yogurt Price 64

    5.5.3 Price of Formula Milk Powder 64 Telephone 0755-25407633 25407713 25407397 25193391

5.6 Prices of Dairy Ingredients 65

    5.6.1 Lactose Price 65

    5.6.2Whit Sugar Price 66

    Chapter 6 Competitiveness of Dairy Market in China in 2010 67

    6.1 Overview 67

    6.2 Market Competition of Raw Milk 67

    6.3 Market Competition of Infant/young Child’s Formula Milk Powder 68

    6.3.1 Market Environment 68

    6.3.2 Market Share of Major Competitive Brands 69 6.4 Market Competition of Liquid Milk 70 6.4.1 UHT Milk 70

    6.4.2 Yogurt 71

    6.4.3 Pasteurized Milk 71

    6.4.4 Yogurt Drinks 72

    Chapter 7 Main Dairy Processing Companies in 2010 73 7.1 Yili 73

    7.1.1 Business Revenue 73

    7.1.2 Market Competition Status 76

    7.1.3 Operational Strategy and Measures of Yili in 2010 76

    7.1.4 Prospect of Yili 77

    7.2 Mengniu 77

    7.2.1 Operating Revenue 77

    7.2.2 Market Competition Status 78

    7.2.3 Background and Impact from Mengniu’s Acquisition of Junlebao 79

    7.2.4 Prospect of Business Revenue of Mengniu 80 7.3 Bright Dairy 81

    7.3.1 Operating Revenue 81

    7.3.2 Market Competition Status 83

    7.3.3 Operational Strategy and Measures of Bright Dairy in 2010 84

    7.3.4 Prospect of Bright Dairy 84

    7.4 Sanyuan Dairy 84

    7.4.1 Operating Revenue 84

    7.4.2 Market Competition Status 87

    7.4.3 Evaluation of Hebei Sanyuan Operating Revenue 87 7.4.4 Prospect of Sanyuan Dairy 88

    7.5 Wondersun 88

    7.5.1 Operating Revenue 88

    7.5.2 Market Competition Status 90

    7.5.3 Prospect of Wondersun 90

    7.6 Yinqiao 90

    7.6.1 Operating Revenue 90

    7.6.2 Market Competition Status 91

    7.6.3 Prospect of Yinqiao 91

    7.7 Feihe 91

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7.7.1 Operating Revenue 91

    7.7.2 Market Competition Status 93 7.7.3 Prospect of Feihe 93

    7.8 New Hope Dairy 94

    7.8.1 Operating Revenue 94

    7.8.2 Market Competition Status 96 7.8.3 Prospect of New Hope Dairy 99 7.9 Nestle 100

    7.9.1 Operating Revenue 100

    7.9.2 Prospect of Nestle 101 7.10 Dumex 101

    7.10.1 Operating Revenue 101 7.10.2 Prospect of Dumex 102 Chapter 8 Development of Dairy Processing Industry in China in 2010 103 8.1 Overview 103

    8.2 Operational Capability of Dairy Processing Industry 104

    Chapter 9 Status of World Dairy Market in 2010 106

    10.1 10.1 Overview 106

    10.1.1 Production of Milk and Dairy Products 106

    10.1.2 Trade of Dairy Products 106 10.1.3 World Dairy Price 107 10.2 Dairy Market Status of Main Dairy Producing and Trade Countries in 2010 109

    10.2.1 New Zealand 109

    10.2.2 Australia 116

    10.2.3 USA 123

    10.2.4 EU 129

    10.2.5 10.2.5 India 140

    Chapter 10 Outlook of China’s Dairy Industry in 2011 149

    10.1 Overview 149

    10.2 Raw Milk Production 151 10.2.1 Dairy Cattle Inventory 151 10.2.2 Milk Production 151

    10.2.3 Raw Milk Layout 151

    10.3 Dairy Processing 152

    10.3.1 Main Dairy Products 152 10.3.2 Other Dairy Products 153 10.3.3 Marginal Dairy Products 154 10.4 Forecast on Dairy Trade 155 10.4.1 Import 155

    10.4.2 Export 156

    10.5 Price Trend of Raw Milk and Dairy Products 156

    10.5.1 Raw Milk Price 156

    10.5.2 Dairy Price 156

    10.6 Forecast on Dairy Consumption 157 Telephone 0755-25407633 25407713 25407397 25193391

10.7 Forecast on Dairy Competition Pattern 157

    Annexes 158

    Annex I: Raw Milk Supply and Demand Balance of China, 2009-2011 158 Annex II: WMP Supply and Demand Balance of China, 2009-2011 158

Figures & Tables

Figure 3-1 Changing Trend of Dairy Cattle Inventory, 1997-2010 14

    Figure 3-2 Changing Trend of Gross Raw Milk Production, 1996-2010 14 Figure 3-3 Average Price Trend of Raw Milk in the 10 Producing Provinces, 2008-2010 15 Figure 3-4 Cow Cattle Raising Efficency Change, by Month, 2009-2010 17 Figure 3-5 Trend of Average Corn Spot Price, by Month, 2008-2010 18 Figure 3-6 Average Trend of Soymeal Spot Price, by Month, 2008-2010 18 Figure 3-7 Output of Liquid Milk and the Trend, 2000-200919

    Figure 3-8 Output of Liquid Milk and the Trend, by Month, 2005-2009 19 Figure 3-9 Shares of Main Liquid Milk Producing Provinces in the National Total, 2010 20 Figure 3-10 Comparison of Liquid Milk Output among Provinces, 2010 21 Figure 3-11 Composition of Liquid Milk, 2000-2010 21

    Figure 3-12 UHT Milk Production and Growth Rate, 2001-2010 22

    Figure 3-14 Pasteurized Milk Production and Growth Rate, 2001-2010 22 Figure 3-14 Yogurt Production and Growth Rate, 2001-2010 22

    Figure 3-15 Changing Trend of Production of Solid Dairy Products, 1957-2010 23 Figure 3-16 Changing Trend of Production of Solid Dairy Products, by Month, 2006-2010 23 Figure 3-17 Output of Solid Dairy Products of Different Regions, 1998-2010 24 Figure 3-18 Production of Solid Dairy Products of Main Provinces, 2003-2010 25 Figure 3-19 Proportion of Production of Solid Dairy Products of Main Provinces in National Total, 2010 25

    Figure 3-20 Changing Trend of Production of Milk Powder, 1997-2010 26 Figure 3-21 Proportion of Production of Milk Powder of Main Provinces in National Total, 2010

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    Figure 4-1 Trend of Import of Milk Powder, by Month, 2005-2010 30

    Figure 4-2 Changes of Structure of Milk Powder Import (by Quantity), 2003-2010 30 Figure 4-3 Trend of CIF Price of Milk Powder, by Month, 2005-2010 33 Figure 4-4 Trend of Import Price (CIF) of Whey Product, by Month, 2005-2009 36 Figure 4-5 Trend of Import of Butter and Anhydrous Cream, by Volume, by Month, 2004-2010 36 Figure 4-6 Origins of Milk Fat Import and Changes, 2003-2010 37

    Figure 4-7 Trend of Import Price (CIF) of Butter and Anhydrous Cream, 2005-2010 37 Figure 4-8 Structure of Cheese Import, by Quantity, 2010 38

    Figure 4-9 Trend of Cheese Import, by Quantity, 2004-201039

    Figure 4-10 Trend of Cheese Import, by Structure, 2004-2010 39

    Figure 4-11 Trend of Import Price (CIF) of Cheese, 2004-2010 40

    Figure 4-12 Origins of Fresh Milk (HS0401) Import, 2010 41

    Figure 4-13 Trend of Import Price (CIF) of Fresh Dairy Products, by Month, 2005-2010 42 Telephone 0755-25407633 25407713 25407397 25193391

    Figure 4-14 Trend of Import Price (CIF) of Yogurt, by Month, 2005-2010 43 Figure 4-15 Trend of Import Price (CIF) of Anhydrous Lactose, by Month, 2005-2010 44 Figure 4-16 Trend of Import Volume and Price (CIF) of Infants Formula Milk Powder, 2000-2010

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    Figure 4-17 Origins of Infants Formula Milk Powder (HS19011000) Import, 2010 45 Figure 4-18 Structure of Dairy Products Export (by Quantity), 2010 48

    Figure 4-19 Changing Trend of Monthly Fresh Milk Export, by Month, 2007-2010 48 Figure 4-20 China Milk Powder Exports Trend, by Month, 2007-2010 51

    Figure 4-21 Structure of Exported Milk Powder of China, by Volume, 2010 51 Figure 4-22 China Milk Powder Export Market Share, by Volume (Unit: MT), 2010 53 Figure 5-1 Structure of Dairy Consumption of Urban Residents, by Volume, by Quarter, 2005-2010 58

    Figure 5-2 Structure of Dairy Consumption of Urban Residents, by Value, by Quarter, 2005-2010

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    Figure 5-3 Per Capita Consumption Amount of Milk and Dairy Products of Rural Resident, 1992-2010 63

    Figure 5-4 Price Trend of Fresh Milk of Urban Market, by Quarter, 2005-2010 64 Figure 5-5 Price Trend of Yogurt of Urban Market, by Quarter, 2005-2010 64 Figure 5-6 Price Trend of Small-pack Milk Powder of Urban Market, by Quarter, 2005-2010 65 Figure 5-7 China Import Price (CIF) of Anhydrous Lactose, by Month, 2005-2010 66 Figure 5-8 Trend of Wholesale Spot Price of White Sugar, 2000-2010 66

    Figure 6-1 Changes of Market Share of Foreign and Domestic Famous Brands of Infant Formula Milk Powder, by Sales Value, Jan-Jun, 2009-2010 70

    Figure 6-2 Changes of Market Share of Domestic Famous Brands of UHT Milk, by Sales Value, Sep 2009 to Sep 2010 70

    Figure 6-3 Changes of Market Share of Domestic Famous Brands of Yogurt, by Sales Value, Sep 2009 to Sep 2010 71

    Figure 6-4 Changes of Production Share of Domestic Famous Brands of Pasteurized Milk, 2008-2009 72

    Figure 6-5 Changes of Market Share of Domestic Famous Brands of Acidified Drinks, by Sales Value, Sep 2009 to Sep 2010 72

    Figure 9-1 Cheddar Cheese Price (FOB), 2005-2010 107

    Figure 9-2 Average Winning Price (FOB) of AMF, 2001-2010 108

    Figure 9-3 Average Winning Price (FOB) of WMP, 2001-2010 108

    Figure 9-4 Average Winning Price (FOB) of SMP, 2001-2010 109

    Figure 9-5 Average Cow Numbers per Herd and Average Milk Fat Production per Cow (calendar year) 112

    Figure 9-6 Milk Production, Cows in Milk and Average Farm Gate Prices 113 Figure 9-7 Average On-Farm Milk Solids Production Compared with Stocking Rates 113 Figure 9-8 Australia Dairy Cattle (000’ head), 2000/01-2010/2011 118

    Figure 9-9 Australian Butter Production and Exports, 2001/02-2010/2011 121 Figure 9-5 American Milk Price Trend, 2000-2011($/cwt) 125

    Figure 9-6 American Cheese Production, by Month, 2006-2010 126

    Figure 9-7 American Cheddar Cheese Prices (FOB) Trend, 2005-2010 126

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Figure 9-8 American Dried Whey Production, by Month, 2006-2010 126

    Figure 9-9 American Dried Whey Prices (FOB) Trend, 2005-2010 127

    Figure 9-10 American SMP (human) Production, by Month, 2006-2010 127

    Figure 9-11 American SMP (human) Prices (FOB) Trend, 2005-2010 127

    Figure 9-12 American Butter Production, by Month, 2006-2010 128

    Figure 9-13 American Butter Prices (FOB) Trend, 2005-2010 128

    Figure 9-14 American Lactose Production, by Month, 2006-2010 129

Table 4-1 Import of Dairy Products, 2009-2010 28

    Table 4-2 Changes of Structure of Dairy Import, by Quantity, 2009-2010 29 Table 4-3 Source of Milk Powder Import and Changes, by Quantity, 2009-2010 31 Table 4-4 Flow of Milk Powder Import (Quantity), 2010 32

    Table 4-5 Changes of Online Auction Price (1) of Whole Milk Powder from Fonterra, 2008-2010

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    Table 4-6 Origin of Whey Import and Changes of Proportion in Total Import, 2009-2010 35 Table 4-7 Destination of Imported Whey, by Volume, 2009-2010 35

    Table 4-8 Origins of Cheese Import, by Volume, 2010 40

    Table 4-9 China Import Volume of Quality Breeding Cattle and Biologic Products, 2007- 2010 46 Table 4-10 China Import Price of Quality Breeding Cattle and Biologic Products, 2007- 2010 46 Table 4-11 China Dairy Products Export, 2010 47

    Table 4-12 Comparison of Monthly Import and Export Prices of Fresh Milk, 2007-2010 49 Table 4-13 Comparison of Export Prices & Import Prices of Milk Powder of China, 2007-2010

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    Table 5-1 Per Capita Dairy Possession Amount and Forecast, 1992-2010 54 Table 5-2 Per Capita Dairy Consumption of Urban Residents, 1992-2010 55 Table 5-3 Changes of Per Capita Expenditure on Dairy Consumption of Urban Residents, by Quarter, 2006-2010 56

    Table 5-4 Changes of Per Capita Dairy Consumption of Urban Residents of Different Provinces, 2008-2010 59

    Table 5-5 Changes of Per Capita Fresh Milk Consumption of Urban Residents of Different Provinces, 2008-2010 60

    Table 5-5 Changes of Per Capita Yogurt Consumption of Urban Residents of Different Provinces, 2008-2010 61

    Table 5-7 Changes of Per Capita Milk Powder Consumption of Urban Residents of Different Provinces, 2008-2010 62

    Table 7-1 Total Profit of Yili, 1st half of 2010 74

    Table 7-2 Total Profit of Yili, 1st Three Quaters of 2010 74

    Table 7-3 Core Business of Yili, 1st half of 2010 75

    Table 7-4 Core Business by Region of Yili, 1st half of 2010 75

    Table 7-5 Total Profit of Mengniu, 1st half of 2010 78

    Table 7-6 Revenue of Different Products of Mengniu, 1st half 2010 78

    Table 7-7 Total Profit of Bright Dairy, 1st half 2010 82

    Table 7-8 Total Profit of Bright Dairy, 1st Three Quarters 2010 82

    Table 7-9 Core Sector of Bright Dairy, 1st half 2010 83

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    Table 7-10 Core Sector by Region of Bright Dairy, 1st half 2010 83 Table 7-11 Total Profit of Sanyuan Food, 1st half 2010 85

    Table 7-12 Profit of Sanyuan Foods (Mother) 1st Three Quarters of 2010 86 Table 7-13 Core Sector of Sanyuan Food, 1st half 2010 86

    Table 7-16 Core Sector by Region of Sanyuan Food, 1st half 2010 86 Table 7-15 Dairy Production of Wandersun Dairy, 2009-2010 89

    Table 7-16 Dairy Production of Yinqiao Dairy, 2009-2010 91

    Table 7-17 Total Profit of Feihe Dairy, by Quarter, 2010 92

    Table 7-18 Total Profit of New Hope, 1st half 2010 94

    Table 7-19 Total Profit of New Hope, 1st Three Quarters of 2010 95 Table 7-20 Core Sector of New Hope Agriculture, 1st half 2010 96 Table 7-21 Subsidairy Companies Equity-controlled by New Hope Dairy, 2010 96 Table 9-1 Development Indices of Dairy Industry, 2002-2010 103 Table 9-2 Asset Management Ratio of Dairy Industry, 2002-2010 104 Table 9-1 Profitability of Dairy Farming (NZ dollars per kilogram of milk solids) 114 Table 9-2 Payout Prices by NZ Dairy Cooperatives (Per Kg of Milk Solids) 114 Table 9-3 Supply and Demand of Raw Milk of New Zealand, 2009-2011 114 Table 9-4 Supply and Demand of Butter of New Zealand, 2009-2011 115 Table 9-5 Supply and Demand of Cheese of New Zealand, 2009-2011 115 Table 9-6 Supply and Demand of SMP of New Zealand, 2009-2011 116 Table 9-7 Supply and Demand of WMP of New Zealand, 2009-2011 116 Table 9-8 Supply and Demand of Raw Milk of Australia, 2009-2011 119 Table 9-9 Supply and Demand of Cheese of Australia, 2009-2011 120 Table 9-10 Supply and Demand of Butter of Australia, 2009-2011 121 Table 9-11 Supply and Demand of WMP of Australia, 2009-2011 122 Table 9-12 Supply and Demand of SMP of Australia, 2009-2011 123 Table 9-13 Trend of Dairy Cattle Inventory and Milk Production in the US, 2009-2010 124 Table 9-14 Changes of Milk Price of Certain States in the US 124 Table 9-15 Raw Milk Supply and Demand Balance of EU 27 Countries, 2009-2011 133 Table 9-16 Cheese Supply and Demand Balance of EU 27 Countries, 2009-2011 135 Table 9-17 Butter Supply and Demand Balance of EU 27 Countries, 2009-2011 137 Table 9-18 SMP Supply and Demand Balance of EU 27 Countries, 2009-2011 139 Table 9-19 WMP Supply and Demand Balance of EU 27 Countries, 2009-2011 140 Table 9-20 India's Milk Product Mix - 2009 145

    Table 9-21 Raw Milk Supply and Demand Balance of India, 2009-2011 147 Table 9-22 Skimmed Milk Powder Supply and Demand Balance of India, 2009-2011 148 Table 9-23 Butter (Ghee) Supply and Demand Balance of India, 2009-2011 148Telephone 0755-25407633 25407713 25407397 25193391

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