Feb. 21, 2014 11:36 UTC

Research and Markets: Hemp Spinning in China - 2014 Analysis of The Top 150 Companies

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/prrp7g/hemp_spinning) has announced the addition of the "Hemp Spinning (China)" report to their offering.

This report provides a detailed overview of China's Hemp Spinning market and delivers a comprehensive individual analysis on the top 150 companies. It includes a wealth of information on the financial trends over the past four years.

A quick glance at this report will tell you that 17 companies have a declining financial rating, while 56 have shown good sales growth.

Each of the largest 150 companies is meticulously scrutinised in a one-page individual assessment and is analysed using the most up-to-date and current financial data.

Every business is examined on the following features:

- A graphical assessment of a company's financial performance

- Four year assessment of the profit/loss and balance sheet

- A written summary highlighting key performance issues

Subsequently, you will receive a thorough market analysis highlighting the latest changes in the Chinese Hemp Spinning market.

This section includes:

- Best Trading Partners

- Sales Growth Analysis

- Profit Analysis

- Market Size

- Rankings

Reasons To Buy

- See the market leaders

- Identify companies heading for failure

- Seek out the most attractive acquisition

- Analyse industry trends

- Benchmark their own financial performance

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/prrp7g/hemp_spinning

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