Content of the reportIn Jan-May 2007, the total import & export value of China amounted to USD 801.337 billion, up 23.7% year-on-year, among which the value of exports reached USD 443.525 billion, rising 27.8%; and that of imports totaled USD 357.812 billion, growing 19.1%. With the continuous growth of foreign trade, cargo throughput of ports above designated size reached one billion tons, up 15.1% year-on-year. Container throughput realized 33.665 million TEUs, up 24.3% from a year earlier.
In contrast to the fast economic growth and foreign trade, the throughput capacity of ports in China is still insufficient. Currently, there is a gap of 500 million-ton throughput capacity of coastal ports. If compared to the demand in 2010, the gap will be up to over 2 billion tons. Of that, the gap for receiving and unloading capacity of containers, coal, crude oil and ore stands at 82 million TEUs, 330 million tons, 80 million tons and 350 million tons respectively. Furthermore, the comprehensive efficacy of 23 port hubs in China is up to 120% or so.
Table of Contents1 Industrial Expansion and Resource Integration
1.1 Chinese Ports being in the Stage of Rapid Expansion
1.1.1 Throughput Capacity of Existing Ports
1.1.2 Construction of Ports in China is Still Accelerating
1.2 Integration of Resources
1.2.1 Release of Newly Added Output will lead to Fiercer Competition
1.2.2 Integration of Resources being the Development Trend
2 Development Opportunities of Key Ports in China during National 11th Five-Plan Period
2.1 Layout Planning for Port Cluster and Transportation System
2.1.1 Opportunities in Regional Development of Ports
2.1.2 Demand and Supply of Cargo Varieties Based on Regional Layout
2.2 Asset Integration of Ports within the Region
2.2.1 Moderate Growth for Performance of Listed Companies
2.2.2 Expansion Outward
Growth Rates for GDP, Foreign Trade and Cargo Throughput Capacity of Ports in China, 2001-2005
Container Market Shares of Ports above Designated Size, 2006
Regional Market Shares of Coal in China, 2006
Regional Market Shares of Iron Ore in China, 2006
Regional Market Shares of Crude Oil in China, 2006
Growth Rate for Net Profit of Port Industry, 2001-2006
Statistics on Container Throughput Capacity of Ports above Designated Size, Jan-Apr 2007
Key Ports in China's Ports Layout Plan
Forecast of Handling Capacity of Five Major Coastal Port Clusters in China, 2010
Core Cargo Varieties of Major Ports
Asset Integration of Key Port Listed Companies
Analysis on Sustainable Development of Main Port Companies
Table of Figures
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