Glyphosate Remains Most Popular Herbicide in China, According to In-demand CCM Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

18 Jul 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – China boasts of taking the lead in the glyphosate production worldwide, with around 80% of the glyphosate produced domestically being exported. Glyphosate continues to be the herbicide that enjoys the greatest popularity amid local farmers.

Meanwhile, the industry faces a set of long-term challenges. Growing crop resistance could lead to glyphosate looking less attractive to agricultural workers, whilst research associating the product to cancer could result in some leading export markets putting the product under a ban completely. Meantime, local producers are struggling to meet tough novel environmental regulations and cope with severe overcapacity in the industry.

In-demand research study “Glyphosate China Monthly Report 1706” elaborated by Guangzhou CCM Information Science & Technology Co., Ltd. (CCM) provides an in-depth, comprehensive evaluation of the glyphosate market on a national level, shedding light on the total industry chain – from raw materials to end-use consumption.

The research report covers the breaking news from China and overseas. It contains the most up-to-the-minute market data, covering prices of glycine, PMIDA, paraformaldehyde, IDAN, yellow phosphorus, among other raw materials and intermediates. The research study provides comprehensive export/import data, consumption, production, operating rates, etc. The report sheds light on key market trends; gives an overview of the country’s government policy; discusses the performance of the top Chinese producers; gives insights into M&As; offers information on novel technologies; discloses the threats from prospective substitutes, etc. Furthermore, expert commentary from industry insiders can be found in the report.

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