Posts Tagged ‘glyphosate’

National Policy, Market Dynamics Create Changes in China

CCPIA’s Sun Shubao reflects on a year of impressive progress for the Chinese agchem market.   February 11, 2013 By Sun Shunbao With the Chinese government’s strengthened support of agriculture since the beginning of 2012, the demand for pesticides has grown steadily in China. Agrochemical output rose 19.3% to reach 2.87 million tonnes in the first…

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Chinese Legislation Could Reduce Glyphosate Supply

BEIJING – China’s endemic oversupply of glyphosate could be stemmed by new legislation. The Ministry of Environmental Protection’s proposed Effluent Standard of Water-based Pollutants from Organo-phosphorus Pesticide Industry has been redrafted in cooperation with the China Crop Protection Industry Association and the Shenyang Research Institute of the Chemical Industry to set acceptable levels of water-based…

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Australian Manufacturer Seeks Dumping Duty On Imported Glyphosate

The Australian Customs Service has started an investigation into a claim that China is dumping the weed killer glyphosate on the Australian market. Chemical company NuFarm, which sells significant quantities of the chemical in Australia, made the complaint. NuFarm claims the formulated Chinese glyphosate is being sold below its normal value, and is causing loss…

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