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China Silver Mining Market Overview and Forecast to 2020: Trends, Fiscal Regime, Major Projects, and Competitive Landscape

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China Silver Mining Market Overview and Forecast to 2020: Trends, Fiscal Regime, Major Projects, and Competitive Landscape
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China Silver Mining Market Overview and Forecast to 2020: Trends, Fiscal Regime, Major Projects, and Competitive Landscape

Summary

GlobalData's mining industry offering, "China Silver Mining Market Overview and Forecast to 2020: Trends, Fiscal Regime, Major Projects, and Competitive Landscape" provides a comprehensive understanding of the Silver mining industry in China. This report provides historical and forecast data on Silver mine production and primary Silver metal consumption to 2020. In addition to this, the report also includes drivers and restraints affecting the industry, profiles of major Silver mining companies, information on major active and planned mines and regulations governing the industry.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

- Overview of the China's Silver mining industry, with detailed information about Silver mine production, reserves and primary metal consumption
- Historic data from 2000 to 2011, and forecast to 2020
- Key growth factors and restraints affecting China's Silver mining industry
- List of major active and planned Silver mines
- Policy and regulatory framework governing the Silver mining industry
- Profiles of key Silver mining companies

Reasons to buy

- Gain a strong understanding of China Silver mining industry
- Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future industry trends
- Facilitate decision making and strategy formulation on the basis of strong historic and forecast mine production
- Identify key growth and investment opportunities in Silver mining industry of the country
- Position yourself to gain the maximum advantage of the industry's growth potential

1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 5
1.2 List of Figures 5
2 Executive Summary 6
2.1 Increasing Chinese Silver Mine Production 6
2.2 Substantial Silver Reserves 6
3 Introduction 7
3.1 GlobalData Report Guidance 7
4 China, Silver Mining Industry – Drivers and Restraints 8
4.1 China, Silver Mining Industry – Drivers 8
4.1.1 New Silver Projects in Pipeline 8
4.1.2 Increasing Demand from the End-user Market 8
4.1.3 Huge Reserves and Exploration Potential 8
4.2 China, Silver Mining Industry – Restraints 9
4.2.1 Industry Fragmentation Leading to Poor Safety and Environmental Measures 9
4.2.2 Declining Silver Prices 9
5 China, Silver Mining Industry – Overview and Production 10
5.1 Silver Mining Overview 10
5.2 China, Silver Mining Industry – Silver Mine Production 11
6 China, Silver Mining Industry – Silver Reserves 13
7 China, Silver Industry – Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption 15
7.1 China Silver Industry – Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use 17
7.1.1 China Silver Industry – Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use, Industrial 17
7.1.2 China Silver Industry – Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use, Jewelry and Silverware 19
7.1.3 China Silver Industry – Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use, Other Sectors 21
8 China, Silver Mining Industry – Major Active, Planned and Exploration Projects 23
8.1 China, Silver Mining Industry – Major Active Projects 23
8.2 China, Silver Mining Industry – Mine Profile 24
8.2.1 Ying Mine 24
8.2.2 Ashele Mine 24
8.2.3 Jiama Mine 24
8.3 China, Silver Mining Industry – Major Planned and Exploration Projects 25
9 China, Silver Mining Industry – Fiscal Regime 26
9.1 China, Governing Bodies 26
9.1.1 Ministry of Land and Resources 26
9.1.2 National Development and Reform Commission 26
9.1.3 Department of Resource Conservation and Environmental Protection 26
9.2 China, Governing Laws 26
9.2.1 Mineral Resources Law 26
9.2.2 Law on Safety in Mines 26
9.2.3 Environmental Protection Law 27
9.2.4 Land Administration Law 27
9.3 China, Mining Exploration and Ownership 27
9.3.1 Ownership of Minerals 27
9.3.2 Exploration and Mining License 27
9.4 China, Mining Rights and Obligations 28
9.4.1 Rights 28
9.4.2 Obligations 28
9.5 China, Key Fiscal Terms 29
9.5.2 Resource Tax 29
9.5.3 Urban and Township Land Use Tax 29
9.5.4 Enterprise Income Tax 29
9.5.5 Deductions 30
9.5.6 Depreciation 30
9.5.7 Stamp Tax 31
9.5.8 Tax Incentives 31
9.5.9 Loss Carry Forward 31
9.5.10 Business Tax 32
9.5.11 Capital Gains Tax 32
9.5.12 Withholding Tax 32
9.5.13 Value Added Tax 32
10 China, Silver Mining Industry – Competitive Landscape 33
10.1 China, Silver Mining Industry – Key Companies, Silvercorp Metals Inc. (Silvercorp Metals) 33
10.1.1 Silvercorp Metals Inc. (Silvercorp Metals), Overview 33
10.1.2 Silvercorp Metals Inc. (Silvercorp Metals), Silver Projects 33
10.2 China, Silver Mining Industry – Key Companies, Jiangxi Copper Company Limited (JCCL) 34
10.2.1 Jiangxi Copper Company Limited (JCCL), Overview 34
10.2.2 Jiangxi Copper Company Limited (JCCL), Business Description 34
10.2.3 Jiangxi Copper Company Limited (JCCL), Silver Projects 35
10.3 China, Silver Mining Industry – Key Companies, Tongling Nonferrous Metals Group Co., Ltd. (Tongling) 36
10.3.1 Tongling Nonferrous Metals Group Co., Ltd. (Tongling), Overview 36
10.3.2 Tongling Nonferrous Metals Group Co., Ltd. (Tongling), Business Description 36
10.3.3 Tongling Nonferrous Metals Group Co., Ltd. (Tongling), Silver Projects 37
10.4 China, Silver Mining Industry – Key Companies, Yunnan Copper Co Ltd 37
10.4.1 Yunnan Copper Co Ltd, Overview 37
10.4.2 Yunnan Copper Co Ltd, Silver Projects 37
11 Appendix 38
11.1 Abbreviations 38
11.2 Bibliography 38
11.3 GlobalData's Methodology 39
11.3.1 Coverage 39
11.3.2 Secondary research 40
11.3.3 Primary Research 40
11.3.4 Expert Panel Validation 40
11.4 Contact Us 41
11.5 Disclaimer 41

List of Tables

Table 1: Silver Mining Industry, China, Silver Mine Production ('000 Ounces), 2000–2020 12
Table 2: Silver Mining Industry, China, Silver Reserves (tons), 2002–2011 14
Table 3: Silver Industry, China, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption ('000 Ounces), 2000–2020 16
Table 4: Silver Industry, China, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Industrial, 2000–2020 18
Table 5: Silver Industry, China, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Jewelry and Silverware, 2000–2020 20
Table 6: Silver Industry, China, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Other Sectors, 2000–2020 22
Table 7: Silver Mining Industry, China, Major Active Projects 23
Table 8: Silver Mining Industry, China, Ying Mine, Historic Production ('000 Ounces), 2006–2011 24
Table 9: Silver Mining Industry, China, Ashele Mine, Historic Production ('000 Ounces), 2008–2011 24
Table 10: Silver Mining Industry, China, Major Planned and Exploration Projects 25
Table 11: Silver Mining Industry, China, Depreciation (years), 2012 30
Table 12: Silver Mining Industry, China, Stamp Tax (%), 2012 31
Table 13: Silver Mining Industry, China, Business Tax Rates (%), 2012 32
Table 14: Silver Mining Industry, China, Withholding Tax Rates (%), 2012 32
Table 15: Silver Mining Industry, China, Silvercorp Metals Inc., Major Silver Projects 33
Table 16: Silver Mining Industry, China, Jiangxi Copper Company Limited, Major Silver Projects 35
Table 17: Silver Mining Industry, China, Tongling Nonferrous Metals Group Co., Ltd., Major Silver Projects 37
Table 18: Silver Mining Industry, China, Yunnan Copper Co Ltd, Major Silver Projects 37

List of Figures

Figure 1: Silver Mining Industry, China, Silver Mine Production ('000 Ounces), 2000–2020 6
Figure 2: Silver Mining Industry, China, Silver Mine Production ('000 Ounces), 2000–2020 11
Figure 3: Silver Mining Industry, China, Silver Reserves (tons), 2002–2011 13
Figure 4: Silver Industry, China, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption ('000 Ounces), 2000–2020 15
Figure 5: Silver Industry, China, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Industrial, 2000–2020 17
Figure 6: Silver Industry, China, Total Primary Silver Metal Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Jewelry and Silverware, 2000–2020 19
Figure 7: Silver Industry, China, Total Primary Silver Consumption by End Use ('000 Ounces), Others, 2000–2020 21

Companies mentioned

Silvercorp Metals Inc. (Silvercorp Metals)
Jiangxi Copper Company Limited (JCCL)
Tongling Nonferrous Metals Group Co., Ltd (Tongling)
Yunnan Copper Co Ltd


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