Tuesday, August 16, 2011

China's Azoxystrobin Technical Capacity Will Increase Rapidly

Guangzhou China, August 10, 2011 A new report of Production and Market of Azoxystrobin in China, indicating China's azoxystrobin technical capacity will increase rapidly in the coming years, will be released by CCM this August.

The annual sales value of azoxystrobin, a leading strobilurin fungicide, has reached about USD1 billion in 2010 all over the world, compared with that of USD895 million in 2008, which makes azoxystrobin become the real "king of fungicides".

China's azoxystrobin capacity is relatively small at present. However, with Syngenta's azoxystrobin technical patent expired in China in 2010, the capacity of azoxystrobin technical has witnessed rapid increase. Many domestic companies are building azoxystrobin technical production lines at present while more of the others are planning to build in the future. It is estimated that China's azoxystrobin technical capacity will increase rapidly in the coming years, which will have huge impact on the azoxystrobin market both at home and abroad.

The objective of this research is to present an in-depth and comprehensive view on Chinese azoxystrobin market. CCM’s goal is to determine the current status of Chinese azoxystrobin industry and assess its growth potential from 2011 to 2015.

This report will present industry insights from the following aspects:
-Key players
-Raw materials

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