|By PR Newswire||
|February 20, 2014 01:42 PM EST|
DUBLIN, February 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f2q9wt/fungicides_china) has announced the addition of the "Latest News on the Chinese Fungicides Industry" report to their offering.
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In contrast to the situation of insecticides and herbicides which witnessed strong export growth in the first three quarters of 2013, China's export volume of fungicides was 54,460 tonnes, with an increase of only 0.40% year on year. The overseas demand for many fungicides, such as carbendazim, difenoconazole, mancozeb and thiophanate-methyl was very weak this year.
For the export of carbendazim, the worst time is yet to come. The MPF of Brazil recently filed a lawsuit to suspend the registrations of carbendazim-based fungicides in Brazil. As Brazil is the largest importer of China's carbendazim, this potential regulation in Brazil may hurt the domestic carbendazim industry.
The export of azoxystrobin is an exception, as its export volume showed a huge increase this year. However, with the soaring registration of the product in China, the competition for azoxystrobin is expected to be very fierce in the future. From July to Oct. 2013, five azoxystrobin technical registrations were approved, increasing the total amount of azoxystrobin technical registrations to 44 by the end of Oct. 2013.
Key Topics Covered:
Pythium oligandrum obtains first formal registrations in China
New development of controlling southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus
Hunan Plant Protection Exchange & Trade Fair held in Changsha
Brazil's carbendazim registration suspension may hurt domestic industry
China's fungicide export and import volume records weak growth in Q3 2013
China's export volume of tebuconazole TC hits 4,591 tonnes in Q1-Q3 2013
Huapont-Nutrichem aims for pesticide revenue to reach USD650.41 million in 2014
Lier Chemical may set up a pesticide formulation company
Sipcam-Oxon promotes rice solutions in China
Rudong Zhongyi: the first domestic company to obtain cyazofamid TC registration
24 fungicide technical registrations approved in China from July 2013 to Oct. 2013
- Jiangsu Rudong Zhongyi Chemical
- Lier Chemical
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