• The current inflationary trend in glyphosate prices is reminiscent of 2008 when the price surged to over 100,000 Yuan per ton. This previous “glyphosate bubble” hallmarked by a huge price increase and subsequent crash is tempering investors and speculators enthusiasm with understandable caution.More...

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  • REACH24H as member of the Regulatory Toxicology and Risk Assessment Committee attended the Member Congress hosted by Chinese Society of Toxicology at 29 May, in Suzhou China. At this congress, Mr. Tao Chuanjiang from ICAMA (Institute for the Control of Agrochemicals, Ministry of Agriculture)More...

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  • The GB 2763-2012, which was issued under the joint Announcement 22 of MOA and MOH, has come into force on Mar 1 2013. As the latest compulsory standard, it contains 2293 limits for 322 active ingredients on 10 categories of food commodities, and can also be considered as a replacement of someMore...

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  • Pesticide residue problems and food safety scandals have proved fertile ground for the growth of the biopesticide sector in China's crop protection industry. Addiontally favourable legislation and regulations are designed to prioritize innovation in this sector. Buzz words surrounding theMore...

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  • China is one of the largest pesticide exporters in the world with  exports of 1,440,000 tons in 2011. Chinese pesticides are however criticized by the international stakeholders for being inferior and of poor quality. To combat the dismal reputation of Chinese products, the government is developingMore...

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  • There are four correlated regulations are available for the agrochemical companies to maintain their intellectual properties in China. However due to China’s backward IP protection system and different interpretations by different competent authorities, patent protection is increasingly favored byMore...

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  • Biocidal products in China are classified and administrated as different kinds of commercial products in terms of their various application targets and application areas, the 23 types of products in the EU BPR are regulated as pesticides, veterinary drugs, medicines, food or feed additives,More...

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  • This Regulation is promulgated by the State Council of P.R. China to supervise and control manufacturing, marketing and use of pesticides/agrochemicals in China. It entered into force on May 8, 1997, and was revised on 29th November 2001 according to the decision of China State Council. TwoMore...

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