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China - Animal Feed Project (English)

The overall objectives of the Animal Feed Project are the following: 1) alleviation of supply constraints of critical feed ingredients; 2) improvement and expansion of the utilization of agroindustrial byproducts for use as high-quality livestock feeds; 3) improvement of the organizational efficiency of the feed sector through specialization and integration; and 4) restructuring of project enterprises to effect greater corporate efficiency and commercialization. The project is essentially a financial intermediation operation directed toward increasing supply constraints and strengthening the feed sub-sector infrastructure, and comprises six types of domestic feed ingredient or service capacity building sub-projects or components and one feed sub-sector strengthening component. The six capacity building components include: 1) integrated feed and livestock production; 2) feed additives manufacture; 3) feed protein crop production; 4) feed processing equipment design and manufacture; 5) enhanced-protein feed product synthesis; and 6) feed commodity wholesale marketing.

Details

  • Document Date

    1996/03/14

  • Document Type

    Staff Appraisal Report

  • Report Number

    14492

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Doc Name

    China - Animal Feed Project

  • Keywords

    township and village enterprise;advantage of economies of scale;feed mill;Trust and Investment Corporation;crop and livestock;marketing of livestock product;Loan terms & conditions;limited international bidding;Base of the Pyramid;average per capita consumption;demand for livestock product;nonbank financial institution;interest during construction;feed industry;feed additive;interest rate structure;animal feed sector;financial sector reform;Capital Adequacy Ratio;foreign exchange risk;interest rate liberalization;Accounts and Audit;Livestock Production;program development;successful financial;animal feed industry;animal feed ingredient;animal product consumption;oil seed crop;feed grain requirement;national crop production;small-scale livestock producer;per capita basis;national technology transfer;skill and technology;average capacity utilization;quality and quantity;loan loss provision;alleviation of poverty;foreign exchange transaction;interest rate management;onlending interest rate;international technology transfer;rates of return;capacity building component;technical assistance program;animal feed production;qualified domestic contractors;flow of data;technology licensing agreement;development of recommendations;procurement of equipment;expanded production facility;Environmental Mitigation Plan;effective risk management;rural economic development;interest rate risk;land for agriculture;depletion of groundwater;profit and loss;project management structure;information management systems;Standard Bidding Documents;evaluation of proposals;loan approval procedure;risk management procedure;agricultural commodity market;agricultural support service;livestock production system;employment of individuals;quality control standards;movement of product;human resource development;raw material supply;risk management function;gross domestic product;source income;source of income;international development bank;weights and measure;quality assurance program;lack of development;high school education;small business management;numbers of animals;client support services;agricultural training program;vocational training course;protein feed;money market rate;rural financial institution;Nonbanking Financial Institutions;institutional strengthening;

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Citation

China - Animal Feed Project (English). World Development Sources, WDS 1996 Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/522491468743764760/China-Animal-Feed-Project