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SOURCE Research and Markets

DUBLIN, Feb. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets

(

http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5vsz5z/company_profiles

) has announced the addition of the

"Company Profiles of Thirty-six Chinese Agrochemical Manufacturers"

report to their offering.


(Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130307/600769)

China has become the largest production base and exporter of pesticides in the world. However, it's observed that most pesticides produced in China are generic products, and the whole Chinese pesticide industry faces problems such as plight of overcapacity, irrational competition, lack of world-famous brands and low added value.



During the 12th Five-Year Plan (2012-2016) period, China will make efforts to optimize the pesticide industry's structure and improve Chinese pesticides' competitiveness in the global market. Hence, the whole pesticide industry is expected to undergo a great integration and reformation, and many companies will be restructured. On the whole, it is full of opportunities and challenges in the pesticide market of China.



The 36 companies in the report are key players in China's pesticide industry, representing the top level of the domestic pesticide production and marketing.



Key Topics Covered:



Executive summary

1 Anhui Guangxin Agrochemical

2 Anhui Huaxing Chemical Industry

3 Beijing Nutrichem Biotechnology

4 Hebei Veyong Bio-Chemical

5 Hubei Sanonda

6 Hunan Haili Chemical Industry

7 Jiahua Group

8 Jiangsu Baoling Chemical

9 Jiangsu Changlong Chemicals

10 Jiangsu Changqing Agrochemical

11 Jiangsu Fengshan Group

12 Jiangsu Good Harvest-Weien Agrochemical

13 Jiangsu Huifeng Agrochemical

14 Jiangsu Kwin Group

15 Jiangsu Lanfeng Biochemical

16 Jiangsu Sevencontinent Green Chemical

17 Jiangsu Tianrong Group

18 Jiangsu Yangnong Chemical

19 Lianhe Chemical Technology

20 Lier Chemical

21 Limin Chemical

22 Nanjing Redsun

23 Nantong Jiangshan Agrochemical & Chemicals

24 Hailir Pesticides and Chemicals Group

25 Shandong Binnong Technology

26 Shandong Luba Chemical

27 Shandong Qiaochang Chemical

28 Shandong Weifang Rainbow Chemical

29 Shenyang Sciencreat Chemicals

30 Fuhua Tongda Agro-chemical Technology

31 Zhejiang Jinfanda Biochemical

32 Zhejiang Linghua Industry Company Limited

33 Zhejiang Qianjiang Biochemical

34 Zhejiang Wynca Chemical Industrial Group

35 Zhejiang Yongnong Chem. Ind.

36 Zhongshan Chemical Industries

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5vsz5z/company_profiles


Media Contact: Laura Wood , +353-1-481-1716, press@researchandmarkets.net

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