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Fungicides China News 1808

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Published 12 issues / year Content info 25 Pages
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Fungicides China News 1808
Published: 12 issues / year Content info: 25 Pages

Welcome to the August Issue of Fungicides China News.

This newsletter will help you stay ahead of the game in this fast-changing market with real-time reporting on the entire fungicide industry chain, from raw materials to end consumption. It includes breaking news from China and abroad, the latest market data (price, import & export, production, consumption, operating rates, etc.), in-depth analysis of market trends, and expert commentary from industry insiders.

Here is the Editor's Note for you to know about the August issue specifically:

A large number of agrochemical enterprises started equipment overhauls and maintenance in August when the temperature remained high and the peak season for the purchase of pesticides ended. However, environmental pressure did not become smaller. Measures for the rectification of the chemical industry have been unveiled in several provinces.

The six-month staggered production in the heating season will begin in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and nearby areas. Like in the last year, the staggered production is expected to pose a great challenge to the supply of pesticides and raw materials.

The ICAMA predicts that China's pesticide imports and exports in 2018 will continue to grow with a rate of more than 10%. In fact, the import and export trade will be stimulated by the policies of Zero Growth of Pesticide Usage and Negative Growth of Pesticide Usage, which has recently been put forward. It is notable that the fungicides produced in countries other than the US will have a good opportunity for the development in China, given the fact that China is to impose a 25%-tariff on retail-packaging fungicides imported from the US and a 20%-tariff on US non-retail packaging ones.

Fungicides China News is a monthly published newsletter, which can be downloaded in PDF format. The subscription mode for this newsletter is yearly and the subscriber will receive 12 issues per year.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  • Headline
  • Editor's Note
  • Column 1 Market Dynamics
  • Additional tariffs on US fungicides may facilitate development of Chinese fungicides
  • Liaoning Henuo's chemical project expected to be approved for construction soon
  • Mancozeb technical prices continue to fall in August
  • Difenoconazole technical prices increase in August
  • Column 2 Company Dynamics
  • Shandong Kangqiao to obtain another two pyraclostrobin registrations
  • Isagro launches new inorganic copper formulations onto China
  • Triazole fungicide producer Jiangsu Fengdeng starts to cut production by half in early August
  • SDS planning to deepen cooperation with Zhongtian Bangzheng
  • Column 3 Import and Export
  • China's pesticide imports and exports in 2018 predicted to grow by over 10 percent
  • Column 4 Registration
  • China's registration of fungicides in July
  • Column 5 Policy
  • Rectification measures for chemical industry across China
  • Six-month staggered production to be seen in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and nearby areas
  • New environmental inspections begin in Shandong Province
  • Column 6 Diseases
  • Cotton diseases predicted to moderately occur in middle and late stages of growth
  • Rice blast predicted to heavily occur in Jiangsu Province
  • Column 7 Brief News
  • Kasugamycin registered against peach
  • BASF to obtain first metrafenone registration in China
  • Cuppric nonyl phenolsulfonate registered in China against powdery mildew for first time
  • Flusilazole TC prices increase for tightened supply of raw materials
  • Jiangsu Huifeng not yet resumes prochloraz TC production
  • Column 8 Price Update
  • Ex-works prices of main fungicides in China, 8 Aug., 2018
  • Shanghai Port prices of main fungicides in China, 8 Aug., 2018
  • FOB Shanghai prices of main fungicides in China, 8 Aug., 2018
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