China Glyphosate Marketplace Examined in In-demand CCM Research Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com
19 Dec 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Glyphosate is used on a large scale as a non-selective herbicide in the herbicides market globally in the recent past, and its use will likely increase moving forward as it is one of the first weed killers against which agricultural crops have been genetically-modified to raise boost their tolerance.
The country’s glyphosate market saw a downturn yet again, with the prices falling far lower than that during 2013-2014. A host of China-based companies for the time being or completely cease glyphosate manufacturing due to low prices and stricter environmental protection laws.
The local IDAN route glyphosate manufacturers once buy iminodiacetonitrile (IDAN) to make N-(phosphonomethyl) iminodiacetic acid (PMIDA) and then technical grade glyphosate; however, the situation changes in tandem with the emergence of Sichuan Hebang Biotechnology’s 135,000 tonne-per-annum PMIDA. A range of companies make resort to buy PMIDA to make technical grade glyphosate in a context of the sluggish glyphosate marketplace.
IDAN route demonstrates a robust competitiveness as against DEA route, but the former is expected to face the challenge of the projected rise of prices of natural gas in the offing.
In-demand research report “Glyphosate Market Research in China” drawn up by CCM includes an all-round examination of the glyphosate market on a national level.
The report sheds light on the development trend of glyphosate technology; keeps track of the development trend of glyphosate technical in China by 3 routes; presents an analysis of China's export of glyphosate to Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus during 2011-2015; gives insights into the supply of technical grade glyphosate and formulations in China; gives an overview of the consumption structure of glyphosate in China; and also examines the consumption structure of herbicides in the country.
Many other comprehensive reports by the publisher can be found at its page.