In 2013, China's vitamin exports changed their prices in the face of adversity and regained share. In 2014, the recovery of European and American demand boosted the growth of vitamin exports, which also led to the price increase of some products. In the first half of the year, vitamin export volume increased by 16.51% year-on-year, and some varieties of export volume reached new highs, such as B2, B6, C, E, calcium pantothenate, etc., which also means the improvement of domestic supply capacity of these varieties. The products with lower exports or lower year-on-year growth rates are B1 and A. The main problem is that domestic supply capacity is limited in the first half of the year, which is also one of the reasons for the price increase.
Imports of major varieties A and calcium pantothenate increased significantly year-on-year. The high domestic market prices attracted international manufacturers to return to the Chinese market, corresponding to the decline in imports of B2 and E or basically stable.
In June 2014, the total export volume decreased by 5.86% from May, and the decline was larger. The import volume also dropped sharply. The import volume dropped sharply. The domestic market price was high, and the purchase intention was insufficient. Relationship; however, compared with other varieties, it can be found that the cumulative export volume of A in the first half of the year was limited, and there may still be opportunities for growth in the second half of the year. Although other varieties declined in June, such as B2, E and calcium pantothenate, they remained at a relatively high level.
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