An updated agrochemicals report---- The Survey of Fipronil in China, is the second edition market research report issued by CCM International, after the first edition in May, 2009.”
Online PR News – 14-June-2010 – – Owing to the high harmful effect of fipronil on shellfishes and bees, Chinese government has restricted the use of fipronil in China since 1 October 2009. According to CCM’s market survey, almost all fipronil used on rice has been out of the market in China. However, currently, there are still some fipronil producers without license production and these producers can evade the government's market supervision through changing the name of fipronil, and a small part of fipronil is still been used in rice.
However, with patent expired of Bayer’ fipronil, attracted by promising market and fat profit, more domestic companies took part in fipronil production, most of them have no license. At this time, most fipronil from those producers without license was exported by changing product name. In addition, in order to capture the market share, some fipronil producers also have entered animal health segment and built fipronil production lines in South America.
This report is focused on the aspects of production, consumption & export situation, production technology, cost, raw material supply, production situation of substitutes, patent issues, governmental policy, its implementation effects and its impact on the industry, market risks and opportunities arising from the restriction regulation, manufacturers and experts’ responses to the use of fipronil restriction in China, etc
The following points are clearly addressed in the report:
> The development and technology level of Chinese fipronil industry.
> The route and the cost of fipronil in China.
> Patent protection of fipronil in China
> The background and regulation details of the restricted use of fipronil in China
> Production and export situation of every fipronil producer in China
> Raw material supply situation of fipronil industry and substitute produciton situation
> Domestic consumption of fipronil
> Responses from every fipronil producers and their plan consequent to the restricted use of fipronil in China
> Impacts and market trend the of restricted use on fipronil industry
> Policy implementation effects
> Market risks and opportunities brought by the restricted use of fipronil in China
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