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To produce stainless steel nationally, China uses NPI (Nickel Pig Iron) ± 53%, scrap of stainless steel ± 15%, and primary nickel ± 32%. China is the world's largest stainless steel producer in 2015. NPI was obtained from the processing of the low grade laterite (nickel oxide ores) with a pyrometallurgical process using BF (blast furnace), EF (electric furnaces), and RKEF (rotary kiln electric furnaces). The cheap prices of the low-grade laterite are imported from Philippines and Indonesia because China does not have the natural resources of laterite (nickel oxide ore). In anticipation of the enactment of the Mining Law 2009 starting in January 2014 in Indonesia which prohibits export the raw materials of mineral and is obliged to process them domestically, and maintains itself as the world's largest stainless steel producer. So China tried to build the factories of NPI and stainless steel in Indonesia. Also import more the low-grade laterite from Philippines to replace the low-grade laterite from Indonesia.If Indonesian officials both at the central and regional levels have not national soul and not smart, Indonesia "does not get" the benefits of Chinese investment but mudarat.
In this study we will be taking a detailed look at the status of some of the many nations that comprise the Association of Southeast Asian Nations grouping. This will include Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar (Burma), Singapore, and the Philippines. The purpose of the study is to analyze economic change with ASEAN, consumer behavior, and marketing trends, including international trade between Thailand and ASEAN, Thailand and NAFTA, ASEAN and NAFTA using both qualitative and descriptive research methods. The study will also cover some of the marketing trends, changes and developments member states have had to make as the import and export trade is widely touted as a balancing act which will stabilize and promote both foreign investment and growth in the local economy.
China, India, Nigeria, Sudan and Indonesia are the top five producers of Groundnut in the World. Argentina and India are the major exporters and European Union and Vietnam are the major importers of Groundnut. India is the second largest producer of Groundnut in the world and produced 7.15 million tonnes from an area of 4.76 million ha with productivity of 1552 kg per hectare. Groundnut production is highly vulnerable to rainfall deviations and display huge fluctuation between years. India exported around 9 lakh tonnes of Groundnut in 2015. Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and Pakistan are the major export destination for Indian Groundnut and contributed 74 per cent share to the Indian exports. The major trading zones for Groundnut in India are Chennai in Tamil Nadu, Gondal & Adoni in Gujarat, Karnool in Andhra Pradesh and Devengere in Karnataka. Tamil Nadu is the largest producer in India and produced 9.20 lakh tonnes per annum from an area of 3.30 lakh ha and productivity is 3442 kg/ha. There existed frequent price changes in Groundnut over years since consumption of oil is largely affected by import of edible oil into India