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Investment Promotion Bureau of Gui'an New Area from China is introducing the New Area Gui'an to the public for investment opportunities.
Investment Promotion Bureau of Gui'an New Area from China is introducing the New Area Gui'an to the public for investment opportunties.
It should be a peak season now for the herbicide market in China; however, the market is in a very bad shape due to different difficulties in the pesticide market, according to analyst CCM.
SGL Carbon is negotiating with ChemChina about selling SGL's graphite electrode business. In fact, ChemChina seems very appetitive that it wants to take over the whole group. CCM believes that ChemChina wants much more from SGL than only the graphite electrode business.
The cancellation of Corn Temporary Purchase and Storage Policy may be just a start of a quake on China's corn and its deep-processing industries and agricultural structure. And all of them is the trend under the supply-side reform, a crucial step for China's economy, according to CCM.
Abbott and Beingmate have got involved in China's latest milk powder counterfeiting scandal. Chaotic sales channels of infant formula should be blamed for such counterfeiting scandals in China, according to analyst CCM.
After five consecutive years of oversupply globally, the supply-demand structure of sugar has changed finally, thanks to the damaging El Nino, according to analyst CCM.
The market of alternative energy vehicles exploded in China in Q4 2015 while the construction of charging infrastructures was left far behind the development of alternative energy vehicles. Due the development gap, it is expected that the growth of charging infrastructure constructions would reach 100%-200% with the market size of USD22.9 billion, according to analyst CCM.
After introduced to China since 5 centuries ago, potato is finally approved to be a food staple in China.
Henan Billions released an announcement stating that there were disputes with German Ti-cons in the project of chloride-grade TiO2. Henan Billions' chloride-grade TiO2 project has always been in the way of bumps and grumps. Such a dispute with its technical guidance, German Ti-cons, would overshadow the quality of chlorride-grade TiO2 produced by Henan Billions, according to CCM.
China's glyphosate market will still be in the doldrums in 2016 due to the overcapacity in the industry and the spread of negative news on glyphosate. The market price is predicted to be low and even reach the bottom, according to analysts CCM.
CCM believes that the growth rate of biological pesticides' consumption is expected to surpass 7% by 2022 in the global plant protection. It is mainly attributed to two factors: chemical pesticides are facing stricter regulations and supervision because of its bad effect on the environment; and pollution-free agricultural products are becoming more and more popular in consumers.
"Reduce the number of unsold homes" is quite a hit phrase spreading through the media in China. However, to solve the "unsold homes" problem, we'd better understand one more key phrase that first time mentioned by Chinese government: "reform of the supply front", also translated as "supply-side reform".
Pangang Group Vanadium Titanium & Resources Co., Ltd. (Pangang Vanadium Titanium) announced that it would invest about USD 17.2 million on the new project of Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) produced by chloride process. The project is expected to be completed and put into trial operation at the end of December 2016.
Being the giant state-owned chemical company in China, China National Chemical Corporation (ChemChina) shows great ambition and confidence in buying Syngenta, according to CCM.
CCM announces the release of a comprehensive market and opportunity report on mogroside V market in China. The China's market for mogroside V is forecasted to increase over 400% by the year 2019. Major factors driving growth in China's mogroside V market include a good trend in its downstream market, the beneficial policy and the increasing supply of mogroside V from the producers.
Forget the 'two-child policy' - there're far bigger issues for China's dairy market as the Chinese government prepares to announce the details of its 13th Five-Year Plan. CCM spoke to Chinese dairy industry insiders about what they expect from the new plan.