Pubblicato in: Agricoltura, Cina, Economia e Produzione Industriale

Cina. Multinazionali aprono in continuazione stabilimenti. – Nestlé.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2020-05-27.

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La Nestlé S.A. o Société des Produits Nestlé S.A. è una società multinazionale fondata nel 1866 con sede legale a Vevey, in Svizzera. Nel 2018 fatturava 91.4 miliardi CHF, con un utile netto di 10.1 miliardi CHF e 352,000 dipendenti in tutto il mondo. Ha un grande numero di società da lei dipendenti, sparse su tutto il mondo.

La Nestlé è forse la multinazionale più odiata dai liberal mondiali, che la hanno accusata di tutto e di più, senza mai però riuscire a vincere alcunché.

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«Food giant Nestle said on Wednesday it would spend 100 million swiss francs ($103.58 million) on expanding its manufacturing footprint in China to include a new plant-based food facility and widen its production lines»

«The company said its first plant-based food facility for Asia would be built in Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA) and that it could launch faux meat products by the end of this year»

«Chinese consumers have been steadily shifting to plant-based diets over the past few years, in part due to a devastating pig disease and bruising Sino-U.S. trade war driving up meat prices»

«China’s “free from meat” market, which includes alternative meat products, grew 33.5% since 2014 to be worth just under $10 billion in 2018»

«The company, which has 31 production sites in China, also said it would increase annual production capacity of a local biscuit wafer plant»

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La Nestlé ha in Cina 31 stabilimenti dai quali ricava circa dieci miliardi di Usd. Adesso si appresta a fabbricare un nuovo impianto, con un investimento di 104 milioni Usd.

I suoi rapporti umani e commerciali con la Cina sono ottimi.

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Gazprom. Investimenti per 1.1 trilioni di rubli. Sila Sibiri.

Cina. Aprile. Produzione Industriale Annualizzata +3.9%.

Nei confronti della Cina, si sta sempre più evidenziando uno scollamento tra le posizioni dei governi dei paesi occidentalizzati e la politica perseguita dalle multinazionali. Queste, anche se a sede legale negli Usa oppure in Europa, hanno interessi che spaziano l’orbe terracqueo e tengono in non cale la demonizzazione politica della Cina, al momento sport preferito dell’occidente politico.

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Nestle to build new plant-based food facility in China under $100 million investment plan

Food giant Nestle said on Wednesday it would spend 100 million swiss francs ($103.58 million) on expanding its manufacturing footprint in China to include a new plant-based food facility and widen its production lines.

The company said its first plant-based food facility for Asia would be built in Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA) and that it could launch faux meat products by the end of this year.

Chinese consumers have been steadily shifting to plant-based diets over the past few years, in part due to a devastating pig disease and bruising Sino-U.S. trade war driving up meat prices. And now with the coronavirus crisis, several consumers are also rethinking their diets.

China’s “free from meat” market, which includes alternative meat products, grew 33.5% since 2014 to be worth just under $10 billion in 2018, according to Euromonitor. It predicts that the industry will be worth $11.9 billion by 2023.

The Nescafe coffee maker said the investment in TEDA would also include a significant capacity expansion of Nestle’s existing Purina pet food plant, with new production lines offering consumers premium veterinary diet and wet cat food products.

The company, which has 31 production sites in China, also said it would increase annual production capacity of a local biscuit wafer plant.

Nestle’s proposed investment comes just a few weeks after U.S. agribusiness giant Cargill said it would introduce a range of plant-based meat products in China following a successful trial of faux meat nuggets by KFC-owner Yum China Holdings.