Industry Statistics

China ACM’s Industry Statistics page is a resource presenting public information and other relevant materials for those seeking news and information about the Company and the industry.

China ACM in the News:

South China Morning Post
"Challenges for the foreign investor in infrastructure"
9/07/2010
Despite huge state spending, the mainland's infrastructure market remains fraught with difficulty for foreign investors...
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China Economic Review
7/2010
"Private potential: Ready-mix concrete"
With the 2004 implementation of Decree 341, China banned all on-site concrete production in 200 cities nationwide…
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Industry Statistics:

Bloomberg
"Yuan Bond Sales Hit Record Led by Railways as Spreads Narrow: China Credit"
10/13/2010
China’s plans to lay twice as much high-speed track as the rest of the world combined . . .
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/print/2010-10-13/yuan-bond-sales-hit-record-led-by-railways-as-spreads-narrow-china-credit.html

China Daily.com
"Large cement companies set to cash in"
8/10/2010
Large cement makers will benefit from industry consolidation as China accelerates the phasing out of energy-wasting and outdated production capacity . . .
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/bizchina/2010-08/10/content_11128739.htm

Salon Media Group, Inc.
"The Silver Lining in the Great China Traffic Jam"
8/25/2010
As a metaphor for everything that is wrong with pell-mell hydrocarbon-fueled industrial development, the massive Chinese traffic jam . . .
http://www.salon.com/technology/how_the_world_works/2010/08/25/china_traffic_jam

China Daily.com
"Urbanization expected to fuel economy"
7/30/2010
Accelerated urbanization can keep the country’s economy on the fast track for another 15 to 20 years . . .
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2010-07/30/content_11069981.htm

People’s Daily Online
"Beijing subway investment to hit 331 billion yuan by 2015"
4/01/2010
Beijing's total investments in its subway system are projected to be more than 331.2 billion yuan by 2015 as the city expands the system…
http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/90001/90778/90860/6937964.html

HSBC Global Research
China Infrastructure Construction and Cement
1/22/2009
Stock prices are not reflecting the potential for China’s pump-priming to lift infrastructure demand and earnings… http://www.research.hsbc.com/midas/Res/RDV?p=pdf&key=w1scnjbe48&n=234076.pdf

CIBC world markets
In 2009 CIBC world markets did a study reporting that global infrastructure spending will be the backbone and engine for global economic growth over the twenty year span from 2010 to 2030. The study estimated that $35 trillion will be spent on infrastructure growth. OECD recently revised the statistics to $70 trillion. CG/LA LLC, estimated that 28% ($19.88trillion) will be spent by China.

The following websites are in Mandarin:

Suggestion to Establish the National Twelfth Five-year Plan for the National Economy and Social Development:
http://news.xinhuanet.com/politics/2010-10/27/c_12708501.htm

Environmental protection, low-carbon, and new urbanization statistics:
http://www.chinanews.com.cn/cj/2010/10-26/2614422.shtml