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Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report

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Published 12 issues / year Content info
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Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report
Published: 12 issues / year Content info:

Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report provides you with real-time intelligence on China's phosphorus and phosphorus chemicals markets.

China is home to the world's second largest reserves of phosphate rock, while the country is also a major producer of yellow phosphorus, phosphoric acid, phosphate fertilizers and fine phosphorus chemicals.

However, with China's reserves of high-grade phosphorite dwindling, the government is taking decisive action to curb exports and improve extraction and beneficiation technologies.

Meanwhile, downstream industries are also struggling to develop technology to produce higher-value products such as high-grade yellow phosphorus, electronic-grade phosphoric acid and phosphorus-based flame retardants.

Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report will help you stay ahead of the game in this fast-changing market with real-time reporting on the entire phosphorus industry chain, from raw materials to end consumption. This includes:

  • Breaking news from China and abroad
  • The latest market data, including price information for raw materials, intermediates and end products, import/export data, production, consumption, operating rates, etc.
  • In-depth analysis of market trends, Chinese government policy, the performance of leading Chinese producers, M&A, new technologies, and more
  • Expert commentary from industry insiders, including regular guest articles and interviews with insiders at leading Chinese manufacturers, associations and government organizations

Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report is also available as a monthly newsletter, which can be downloaded in PDF format.

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Inorganic phosphorus chemical pollutant emission standard to be released in 2017

Published on 15th October, 2015

In Oct. 2015, the Inorganic Phosphorus Chemical Pollutant Emission Standard was submitted to the MEP. It is said that requirements are more stringent. The new standard is expected to be put into effect as early as in 2017.

China unveils 4th batch ore resources conservation and comprehensive utilization technologies

Published on 13th October, 2015

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