China Dental Equipment

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  • Dental instruments are the tools that dental professionals use to provide dental treatment. They include tools to examine, manipulate, restore and remove teeth and surrounding oral structures.
  • A fine white or translucent vitrified ceramic material
  • a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia; the most populous country in the world
  • high quality porcelain originally made only in China
  • Taiwan: a government on the island of Taiwan established in 1949 by Chiang Kai-shek after the conquest of mainland China by the Communists led by Mao Zedong
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China Dental Equipment & Supplies Market Report
China Dental Equipment & Supplies Market Report
This report presents a clear picture about the overall development of dental equipment & supplies market in China and the trend in recent years based on detailed data analysis. This report includes the analysis on the dental equipment & supplies market size and market share in China, the study on major hot areas in this market, introduction of key data and the comparison of top 10 enterprises in terms of sales revenue and market share, the detailed description of the import and export…

This report covers following sections.

Market Size
Based on Zeefer's China Market Size Formula, by the analysis on market size, industry sales revenue in 2008 - 2010, this report presents a picture of the real development of China market and changes in the overall market size.

Hot Areas
Based on the comparison and analysis on import in different provinces or cities, this report points out those hot areas in this market deserve most attention.

Top 10 Enterprises
Based on the comparison and analysis on top 10 leading enterprises in terms of sales revenue, market share and number of employees, the report shows their market positions in China. Additionally, this report lists basic contact information of the top 10 leading enterprises.

Market Share and Market Structure
This report analyzes the market share distribution by segments based on enterprises nature (leading enterprises, foreign enterprises, state-owned and private enterprises), imports and regional markets in China in terms of sale revenue, profitability, number of enterprises and the value of imports... The report offers data on the market shares of imported products, foreign enterprises and enterprises in other forms. It also offers a comparison of profitability by forms of enterprise ownership, presents a picture of the market share of leading enterprises and the distribution of major regional markets in China. In addition, the report figures out the structure and concentration ratio of the current dental equipment & supplies market in China by means of Bain's Market Structure Classification and Index of CR4.

Import and Export
In this section, the report includes the main source countries / regions of imported products for China and their market shares, the domestic destinations of imported products in China and shares for these destinations, major export destinations (countries or regions) for Chinese products and shares of these destinations, major origins of the exported products and their shares.

Industry Standards
The report lists relevant national standards and/or industrial standards concerning dental equipment & supplies products generally accepted in China, including standard names both in Chinese and English as well as their unified code numbers.

Major Importers
The report lists 10 major importers for dental equipment & supplies products in China and provides their contact information such as company name, address, website, telephone number and fax number.

Key Statistics
Based on the concise analysis on the sales revenue, number of enterprises, total profit, total loss, total assets, return on the asset and profit margin as well as other key statistics, the report presents the current situation, the growth rate and profitability of this industry in China.

Product definition
Dental equipment & supplies products mentioned in this report is a general concept, it shall includes the following products:
Classified by the United Nation's Central Product Classification (CPC)
CPC Code: 48130
Based on the United Nation's Central Product Classification (CPC Version 1.1), dental equipment & supplies refer to other instruments and appliances (except syringes, needles and the like), used in dental sciences.

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delighting "me" always Picture: I suppose to focus my camera on the sculpture instead of on the pink lady. However, I was surprised when I got home with this result, my camera chosen to focus on pink lady! It is delighting me!!! Canon, delighting you always... Location: 798 Art Zone, Beijing. China 798 Art Zone (Chinese: 798???; pinyin: 798 Yishuqu), or Dashanzi Art District, is a part of Dashanzi in the Chaoyang District of Beijing that houses a thriving artistic community, among 50-year old decommissioned military factory buildings of unique architectural style. It is often compared with New York's Greenwich Village or SoHo. The area is often called the 798 Art District or Factory 798 although technically, Factory #798 is only one of several structures within a complex formerly known as Joint Factory 718. The buildings are located inside alleys number 2 and 4 on Jiuxianqiao Lu (????), south of the Dashanziqiao flyover (????). Construction 798 Space gallery, Jan,2009. Old Maoist slogans are visible on the ceiling arches. The Dashanzi factory complex began as an extension of the "Socialist Unification Plan" of military-industrial cooperation between the Soviet Union and the newly formed People's Republic of China. By 1951, 156 "joint factory" projects had been realized under that agreement, part of the Chinese government's first Five-Year Plan. However the People's Liberation Army still had a dire need of modern electronic components, which were produced in only two of the joint factories. The Russians were unwilling to undertake an additional project at the time, and suggested that the Chinese turn to East Germany from which much of the Soviet Union's electronics equipment was imported. So at the request of then-Premier Zhou Enlai, scientists and engineers joined the first Chinese trade delegation to East Germany in 1951, visiting a dozen factories. The project was greenlighted in early 1952 and a Chinese preparatory group was sent to East Berlin to prepare design plans. This project, which was to be the largest by East Germany in China, was then informally known as Project #157. The architectural plans were left to the Germans, who chose a functional Bauhaus-influenced design over the more ornamental Soviet style, triggering the first of many disputes between the German and Russian consultants on the project. The plans, where form follows function, called for large indoor spaces designed to let the maximum amount of natural light into the workplace. Arch-supported sections of the ceiling would curve upwards then fall diagonally along the high slanted banks or windows; this pattern would be repeated several times in the larger rooms, giving the roof its characteristic sawtooth-like appearance. Despite Beijing's northern location, the windows were all to face north because the light from that direction would cast fewer shadows. The chosen location was a 640,000 square metres area in Dashanzi, then a low-lying patch of farmland northeast of Beijing. The complex was to occupy 500,000 square metres, 370,000 of which were allocated to living quarters. It was officially named Joint Factory 718, following the Chinese government's method of naming military factories starting with the number 7. Fully funded by the Chinese side, the initial budget was enormous for the times: 9 million rubles or approximately 140 million RMB (US$17 million) at today's rates; actual costs were 147 million RMB. Ground was broken in April 1954. Construction was marked by disagreements between the Chinese, Soviet and German experts, which led at one point to a six-month postponement of the project. The Germans' harshest critic was the Russian technology consultant in charge of Beijing's two Soviet-built electronics factories (714 and 738), who was also head consultant of the Radio Industrial Office of the Second Ministry of Machine Building Industry. The disputes generally revolved around the Germans' high but expensive quality standards for buildings and machines, which were called "over-engineering" by the Russians. Among such points of contention was the Germans' insistence, historical seismic data in hand, that the buildings be built to withstand earthquakes of magnitude 8 on the Richter scale, whereas the Chinese and Russians wanted to settle for 7. Communications expert Wang Zheng, head of Communications Industry in the Chinese Ministry of National Defense and supporter the East German bid from the start, ruled in favor of the Germans for this particular factory. At the height of the construction effort, more than 100 East German foreign experts worked on the project. The resources of as many as 22 of their factories supplied the construction; at the same time, supply delays were caused by the Soviet Red Army's tremendous drain on East Germany's industrial production. The equipment was transported directly through the Soviet Union via the Trans-Siberian railway, and a 15 km track of
Persecution at the Xinjin Brainwashing Center in Chengdu
Persecution at the Xinjin Brainwashing Center in Chengdu
The Xinjin brainwashing center in Caiwan Village, Huaqiao Township, Xinjin County, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, is officially named “Chengdu Municipal Law Education Center.” Yet there is no number or name of the organization on its outside. Since the persecution against Falun Gong began in 1999, this place has been frequently used for detention of Falun Gong practitioners. Many cases of torture and death have happened here. The earthquake in May 2008 damaged the six-story building. Since then, the municipal government combined the dental school next door with the original brainwashing center. After renovation, both are being used for brainwashing. Present-day door of Xinjin Brainwashing Center Former dental schoo Persecution and Extortion Xinjin Brainwashing Center is not only a place for the CCP to detain persecuted Falun Gong practitioners, but also a place for the 610 Office, National Security, and Domestic Security to extort money. Brainwashing Center which sustained internal damage during the earthquake A person familiar with the situation said that every time a Falun Gong practitioner is detained, the brainwashing center requests 10,000 yuan from its supervisor organization for its expenses. Where does this funding come from? First, government funding. Second, robbing of Falun Gong practitioners' personal assets. Third, extortion from Falun Gong practitioners' workplaces. Fourth, fund-raising by the neighborhood associations. How is this money spent? In Chengdu, the 610 Offices from Chenghua district, Wuhou district, Jinniu district, Qingyang district, and Jinjiang district, as well as State Security Bureau and Domestic Security Division personnel all take turns visiting the brainwashing center, just to get a share of the money. As revealed by Wang Pengfei with the Domestic Security Team of Wuhou District, the brainwashing center received 200,000 yuan just for the detention of Zhong Fangqiong. In addition, other detention centers in Sichuan and even other provinces have sent staff to Xinjin Brainwashing Center for training. One of the collaborators said that the brainwashing center was an extremely inhumane place. Despite her cooperation with the authorities, she, too, was mistreated. Just behind the gates of the brainwashing center, there is a big sign that reads, “Welcome to Chengdu Municipal Law Education Center.” This is where Falun Gong practitioners are detained. The building has three floors. There is a entrance security office on the right hand side of the gate, with monitoring equipment. Entrance security office Detention of Falun Gong practitioners at the Brainwashing Center On June 8, 2011, Falun Gong practitioner Wei Kedong went from Jilin Province in northeastern China to Chengdu in southwestern China to research the tea market. At about 8 p.m. the next day, he was detained at his hotel by 30 plainclothes Domestic Security police from Chengdu. The police told surrounding residents that they were arresting a drug addict. Wei's family members inquired with many agencies before learning that Wei had been detained at the Xinjin Brainwashing Center. Wang Hongxia from Anyue, Sichuan and Shi Bingjun from Wuxi, Jiangsu were arrested at the same time. They were also Falun Gong practitioners just getting into the tea business. Yin Shunyao, leader of the Brainwashing Center Wang Hongxia is a 46-year-old teacher at the Anyue Normal School in Sichuan. Since she started practicing Falun Gong, she became a model citizen. However, during the persecution, she was sent to a labor camp twice and was tortured. Her family members were affected as well. Her son is 20 years old but could not find a job. She knew her son liked working with computers, so while working in the tea business, she also collected a number of outdated computers and parts, so that her son may be able to open a computer repair store to make a living. Having learned this, the 610 Office in Chengdu thought that it would be a good opportunity to request money from its supervisor agency for Wang's detention, since Wang knew a lot of people and her arrest could mean a lot of reward for the 610 Office. In the meantime, they also took away all of the computer equipment in Wang's house. A former staff member of a brainwashing center said that arrests are a collaborated effort between the 610 Office, State Security Bureau, Domestic Security Division, and even the neighborhood organization. The brainwashing center is only a scapegoat. Yin Shunyao and Bao Xiaomu, who work for the brainwashing center, said that arrests and releases are decided by the 610 Office, State Security Bureau, and Domestic Security Division. Some practitioners already had internal injuries when they were taken to the brainwashing center. When they died later, the brainwashing center was blamed for the deaths. Xie Deqing, a retired worker from HydroChina Chengdu Engineering Corporation, was arrested by a group of people from the Engineering Corporati

china dental equipment
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China Dental Equipment & Supplies Mfg. Industry Profile - CIC3682
Through a comparative analysis on the development of dental equipment & supplies mfg. industry in 31 provincial regions and 20 major cities in visualized form of data map, the report provides key data and concise analyses on the dental equipment & supplies mfg. industry in China, a list of top 20 enterprises in the sector as well as the comparison on investment environment in top 10 hot regions. In addition, the report truly reflects the position of foreign enterprises in dental equipment & supplies mfg. industry across China based on a comprehensive comparison of operating conditions among different enterprise types.

This report includes the data for the year 2010, 2009 and 2008.

This report is based on Chinese industry classification (Industrial Classification For National Economic Activities, GB/T 4754-2002).Additionally, by original creation of ZEEFER Industry Distribution Index, the report directly shows the difference in various regions of Mainland China in terms of dental equipment & supplies mfg. industry, providing an important reference for investors' selection of target regions to make investment.

What will you get from this report?
To get a comprehensive picture on distribution of and difference in performance in regions of Mainland China in terms of the dental equipment & supplies mfg. industry;
To figure out the hot regions in China for dental equipment & supplies mfg. industry, find out the potential provinces and cities suitable for investment as well as the economic development level and investment environment in these regions;
To get a clear picture on the overall development, industry size and growth trend of dental equipment & supplies mfg. industry across China in the past 3 years;
To get a clear picture on development status of foreign enterprises, state-owned enterprises, and private enterprises in recent years as well as the industry position of the above ownerships;
Present you with a list of top 20 enterprises inside the industry;
Regions Covered By This Report
All the 31 provincial regions in Mainland China;
Top 20 cities in terms of dental equipment & supplies mfg. industry.
Enterprise Types Covered By This Report
Top 20 enterprises;
Enterprises Funded by Foreign Countries (territories), Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan;
Chinese State-owned Enterprises;
Collective-owned Enterprises;
Cooperative Enterprises;
Joint-Equity Enterprises;
Private Enterprises.
ZEEFER Industry Distribution Index

It is an indicator through aggregate weighted computation based on the three authority statistics of enterprise numbers, sales revenue and profit by region and corporate ownership, and in accordance with the regional distribution of leading enterprises inside the sector. Through horizontal comparison on the dental equipment & supplies mfg. industry development in different provinces, municipalities, and autonomous regions, the ZEEFER Industry Distribution Index is specially designed to truly reflect the conditions of regional distribution for the dental equipment & supplies mfg. industry, providing a quantitative, visual and reliable reference for relevant users to make decisions. The ZEEFER Industry Distribution Index adopts a hundred mark system. For a certain region, the higher the score, the higher the distribution concentration in this region and the industry position of the region shall be more important.

Key Statistic Indicators Covered By This Report
Industrial Sales Value
Number Of Employees
Enterprise Number
Sales Revenue
Rate Of Return On Sales
Rate Of Return On Assets
Rate Of Return On Net Assets
Number Of Enterprises In Red
Range Of Loss
Total Losses
Percentage Of Foreign-Funded Enterprises And HK, Macau And Taiwan-Funded Enterprises In Terms Of The Sales Revenue
Percentage Of Foreign-Funded Enterprises In All Foreign-Funded Enterprises And HK, Macau And Taiwan-Funded Enterprises In Terms Of The Sales Revenue
Growth Rate Of GDP
GDP Per Capita
Growth Rate Of GDP Per Capita
Growth Rate Of The Added Value Of Primary Industry
Growth Rate Of The Added Value Of Secondary Industry
Growth Rate Of The Added Value Of The Tertiary Industry
Industrial Value-Added Of Enterprises Above Designated Size
Growth Rate Of Industrial Value-Added Of Enterprises Above Designated Size
Industrial Products Sales Rate Of Enterprises Above Designated Size
Growth Rate Of Industrial Value-Added Of Foreign-Funded Enterprises And HK, Macau And Taiwan-Funded Enterprises
Investment On Fixed-Assets
Growth Rate Of Investment On Fixed-Assets
Total Retail Sales Of Consumer Goods
Growth Rate Of Total Retail Sales Of Consumer Goods
Total Import & Export
Growth Rate Of Total Import & Export
Realized Foreign Direct Investment
Growth Rate Of Realized Foreign Direct Investment
Urban Per Capita Disposable Income
Rural Per-Capita Net Income
Freight Mileage
Growth Rate Of Freight Mileage
Port Cargo Throughput
Growth Rate Of Port Cargo Throughput
Resident Population

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