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Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/12/2013 -- China Third-Party Payment Industry Report, 2013 – 2016
From May 2011 when the People’s Bank of China issued the first batch of payment licenses to July 2013 when the seventh batch was released, the number of licensed third-party payment firms in China soared to 250, with the type of licenses covering seven leading business systems out and out.
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As far as the transaction scale is concerned, offline acquiring, internet payment and mobile payment are primary businesses in China third-party payment market. In 2012, the transaction scale of the three primary businesses stood at 98.27% of the total in the third-party payment market, with the highest from the offline acquiring business accounting for 68.8%.
2013 witnessed a steady growth as a whole of the offline acquiring business in China third-party payment industry, with the targeted transaction scale totaling RMB13.1 trillion. In particular, commercial banks and CHINAUMS occupied a lion’s share in acquiring market. Under the influence of the restriction of macro-economic environment and the release of new rules, the market growth is projected to scale down.
In the first three quarters of 2013, the transaction scale of internet payment in China climbed by 37.26% year-on-year to RMB3.5604 trillion. As the industry is growing mature, some change is undergoing when it comes to application. While consolidating existing market share in the traditional application of online shopping (41.5%) and aviation (15.3%), industrial players are embarking on fund payment field.
Entering 2013, mobile payment is performing best among the seven leading payment businesses. In 2013Q1-Q3, the transaction scale in China third-party payment market claimed RMB474.4 billion, up 213.88% over 2012 year round. In particular, the transaction scale in the third quarter saw a month-on-month growth of 152.6% to RMB296.51 billion. The explosive growth in the transaction growth is credited to the joint efforts of the involved as an element of the third-party payment industry chain.
In Aug., 2013, Tenpay worked with WeChat to launch WeChat Payment; in Oct.2013, Alipay Wallet updated to the 7.6 edition; in Nov., Alipay Wallet announced officially to become an independent brand seeking for development. As for telecom operators, CMPAY unveiled mobile phone payment cloud pos cashier in Oct.2013. When it comes to mobile phone card terminal, Lenovo announced to team up with Lakala to release customized mobile phone card reader.
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Table of Content
1. Development Environment of China Third-Party Payment Industry
1.2 Policy Environment
1.2.1 Related Policy
1.2.2 License Issuing
1.3 Economic Environment
1.4 Technological Environment
1.5 Social Environment
1.5.1 Netizen Size
1.5.2 Mobile Netizen Size
1.5.3 Market Scale of Internet Shopping
2. Users Analysis in China Third-Party Payment Industry
2.1 Online Payment
2.1.1 User Attributes
2.1.2 User Behaviour
2.2 Mobile Payment
2.2.1 User Attributes
2.2.2 User Behaviour
3. Market Analysis of Third-Party Payment Industry
3.1 Development Course
3.2 Market Scale
3.3 Competition Pattern
3.3.1 Number and Business Types of Enterprises
3.3.2 Market Shares
3.3.3 Layout in Mobile Payment
3.3.4 Layout in Fund Payment
4. Market Segments of China Third-Party Payment Industry
4.1 Offline Acquiring
4.2 Online Payment
4.2.1 Market Scale
4.3 Mobile Payment
4.3.2 Industrial Chain
4.3.3 Development Environment
4.3.4 Market Scale
4.3.6 Development Trend
4.4 Cross-border Payment
4.4.3 Market Analysis
5. Group Operation Enterprises in China Third-Party Payment Industry
5.2.2 Development Course
5.2.4 Mobile Phone Payment
5.2.6 Alibaba Acquires 51% Shares of Tianhong Asset Management
5.3.4 Layout in Mobile Payment
5.3.5 Youngor Increases Investment of RMB340 million to CHINAUMS
5.5 China TV Pay
5.6 SWOT Analysis of Group Operation Enterprises
6. Independent Operation Enterprises in China Third-Party Payment Industry
6.1.2 Development Course
6.1.3 WeChat Payment
6.2.2 Development Course
6.2.5 Layout in Mobile Payment
6.2.6 March to Internet Financing Market
6.3.2 Payment Business
6.3.3 Development Course
6.3.5 Chinapnr Releases Mobile POS Financing Products
6.4.2 Development Course
6.4.5 Shenzhen InfoTech Technologies Plans to Join Hands with YeePay, etc to Establish Credit Information Company
6.5.2 Development Course
6.6.2 Development Course
6.7.2 Development Course
6.10 SWOT Analysis of Independent Operation Enterprises
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7. Telecom Operation Enterprises in China Third-Party Payment Industry
7.1.3 Development Course
7.1.5 Strategic Goal
7.2.2 Development Course
7.4 SWOT Analysis of Telecom Operation Enterprises
8. Market Review and Forecast of China Third-Party Payment Industry
8.1 Market Review
8.2 Development Trends
8.3 Market Forecast
8.4 Forecast of Market Segments
8.4.1 Offline Acquiring
8.4.2 Online Payment
8.4.3 Mobile Payment
Global and China Automotive Wiring Harness Industry Report, 2013: http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/analysis-details/global-and-china-automotive-wiring-harness-industry-report-2013
Global and China Automotive Wiring Harness Industry Report 2013 includes the following aspects:
1. The current situation of the global automotive market
2. The current situation of Chinese automotive market
3. Global and China automotive wiring harness industry
4. 18 major automotive wiring harness manufacturers
The global automotive wiring harness market value climb 2.3 percent to USD40.3 billion in 2013, and is expected to reach USD41 billion in 2014, up 1.6% over 2013. The slow growth is caused by many reasons. The market share of two major Japanese players of automotive wiring harness totals more than 50%, while Japanese Yen devaluates by 24% in 2013, resulting in a significant decline in the market value counted in the U.S. dollar. Also, due to the decline in copper prices as well as the continuous lawsuits against wiring harness price manipulating, manufacturers are forced to reduce prices to please customers.
After the United States fined several large automotive wiring harness companies who controlled prices, the European Union penalized four wiring harness suppliers (Yazaki, Yazaki’s European subsidiary SY System Tech, Leoni and Furukawa Electric) with EUR142 million in July 2013. Yazaki suffered the most penalty of EUR125 million, followed by SY System Tech who paid EUR11.05 million, Furukawa Electric EUR4 million and Leoni EUR1.3 million. Sumitomo Electric was exempted from penalty because it reported Cartel monopoly to the European Union.
In 2013, Furukawa Electric performs most actively in the investment in the field of automotive wiring harness. Furukawa Electric acquired Mitsubishi’s automotive connector business in late 2011 to increase investment in the field. In March 2013, the factory of Furukawa Electric in the Philippines was put into operation officially. In May 2013, Furukawa Electric decided to expand its Philippine factory whose Phase II is expected to be put into operation in January 2014. At the end of 2014, Furukawa Electric is expected to gain annual sales of JPY12 billion. Meanwhile, it established a new automotive wiring harness plant in Mexico, which started construction in May 2013 and will go into operation in January 2014. In September 2013, the Shenzhen subsidiary set up Wuhan Furukawa Automotive Systems Co., Ltd. in Wuhan, with an investment of RMB100 million.
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In 2013, the most prominent change in the automotive wiring harness market lies in the poor performance of large manufacturers and the excellent performance of medium and small manufacturers. Top three players Yazaki, Sumitomo and Delphi offer high and inflexible prices. With the launch of a large number of high-quality automotive connectors, the technical threshold to automotive wiring harness is lowered. Due to the low output, small and medium-sized automotive manufacturers prefer small and medium-sized automotive wiring harness suppliers or self-production to control costs strictly. For example, the automotive wiring harness of Great Wall Motor is supplied by its subsidiary Baoding Mande Auto Parts Co., Ltd.; BYD’s supplier is its Fifteenth Division; Geely is supported by Geely Haoda Automotive Electrics.
China Spectacles Industry Report, 2013 - 2015: http://www.marketresearchreports.biz/analysis-details/china-spectacles-industry-report-2013-2015
From 2003 to 2007, the spectacles output in China climbed from 552 million pairs to 730.7 million pairs, with the CAGR of 7.8%. However, the global economic chaos brought with a massive decline in output between 2008 and 2012, with the figure in 2012 slumping to 546 million pairs.
Nevertheless, given the large cardinal number of Chinese population, there are three to four million Chinese people in need for corrective glasses, with the annual demand approaching 100 million pairs. In the meantime, China has become the world’s third largest luxury consumer, as high-consumption population is skyrocketing. This will come as a trend of increasing demand for diversified and personalized spectacles. China spectacles industry is expected to see a great potential in future.
In China spectacles market, large-sized and foreign enterprises present more competitive. In 2012, large industrial players which stood at 4.2% of total number of enterprises contributed 26.8% of the total revenue in the industry, while small ones which made up 66% of enterprise quantity claimed 39.7% of the total revenue. Thus far, foreign brands including Zeiss, Essilor and Hoya are well received by Chinese consumers, while domestic brands like Conant and WX are gaining increasing acclaims.
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The production of lens is the key to the production of spectacles. Lenses are mainly made from optical glass, polycarbonate (PC) and polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA). In particular, optical glass is mostly made in China, while PC and PMMA are heavily reliant on import. In 2013Q1-Q3, China imported 1,025,300 tons of PC and 164,700 tons of PMMA respectively.
The report highlights:
- Definition, classification and industrial chain of China spectacles industry;
- Status quo, import & export, operation of industrial players, and competition pattern of China spectacles industry;
- Development of upstream industries;
- Operation, investment and M&As and business of 14 leading spectacles enterprises in China.
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