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Christina Xie
Senior Editor   Chongqing Stanley Info-Tech

Chief editor of AgroPages. Email: christina@agropages.com

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  • CCAB Agro S.A. looking to boost growth through beneficial alliances   2017-06-29

    Recently, AgroPages invited the key people in this deal, Jones Yasuda, chief executive officer of CCAB Agro and Laurent Martel, director of InVivo Agriculture, to talk in greater detail about their collaboration.

    Recently, AgroPages invited the key people in this deal, Jones Yasuda, chief executive officer of CCAB Agro and Laurent Martel, director of InVivo Agriculture, to talk in greater detail about their collaboration.

  • Big Data in Agriculture: Bigger Value and Opportunity   2017-03-07

    AgroPages invited the leading companies in the agricultural information technology industry: The Weather Company, Trimble, CropIn Technology and aWhere to discuss how big data was revolutionizing the global agriculture pattern and the current challenges it faced.

    AgroPages invited the leading companies in the agricultural information technology industry: The Weather Company, Trimble, CropIn Technology and aWhere to discuss how big data was revolutionizing the global agriculture pattern and the current challenges it faced.

  • India Domestic Agrochemical Market Undergoing Vigorous Development   2016-10-11

    India, as an agricultural country, has seen the rise of many dynamic local agrochemical companies. Compared to the situation in many countries, in which the agrochemical market is mainly dominated by multinationals, local Indian companies have great advantages in market competition due to its distinct geographical condition, culture and agricultural structure.

    India, as an agricultural country, has seen the rise of many dynamic local agrochemical companies. Compared to the situation in many countries, in which the agrochemical market is mainly dominated by multinationals, local Indian companies have great advantages in market competition due to its distinct geographical condition, culture and agricultural structure.

  • Top 20 Indian Agrochem Firms 2015: More Open Conception and Practices Improves Resistance to Risks   2016-09-21

    AgroPages just released Ranking list of Indian Top 20 Agrochemical Enterprises 2015-16. Statistics indicated that the top 20 has an entry level of above INR 5.3 billion in sales. Among these companies, only UPL Limited’s sales exceeded INR 100 billion. The sales of the No. 2 ranked Gharda Group was INR 17 billion.

    AgroPages just released Ranking list of Indian Top 20 Agrochemical Enterprises 2015-16. Statistics indicated that the top 20 has an entry level of above INR 5.3 billion in sales. Among these companies, only UPL Limited’s sales exceeded INR 100 billion. The sales of the No. 2 ranked Gharda Group was INR 17 billion.

  • Japanese Enterprises - R&D Strength Backup, Step up the Pace   2016-03-07

    Japan is world's 4th largest pesticide market, which is also an important market for Japanese agrochemical companies. However due to the changing market at home and abroad over recent years, Japanese companies have to walk out of the 'comfortable' domestic market and speed up the movement toward international market, as being backed up by their strong capacity on invention of new molecules, which is admired by many counterparts. This article discusses why Japanese companies can prevail over others in respect of pesticide R&D and how they are going to deal with the present challenges.

    Japan is world's 4th largest pesticide market, which is also an important market for Japanese agrochemical companies. However due to the changing market at home and abroad over recent years, Japanese companies have to walk out of the 'comfortable' domestic market and speed up the movement toward international market, as being backed up by their strong capacity on invention of new molecules, which is admired by many counterparts. This article discusses why Japanese companies can prevail over others in respect of pesticide R&D and how they are going to deal with the present challenges.

  • 2015 Annual Review-Global GM Crop Development Status   2016-02-03

    According to the information of ISAAA, the global GM crop planting area currently has reached over 180 million hectares. A total of 29 countries have planted GM crops, including 21 developing countries and 8 developed countries. Bangladesh and Vietnam are the two most recent countries that have approved commercialized plantation of GM crops.

    According to the information of ISAAA, the global GM crop planting area currently has reached over 180 million hectares. A total of 29 countries have planted GM crops, including 21 developing countries and 8 developed countries. Bangladesh and Vietnam are the two most recent countries that have approved commercialized plantation of GM crops.

  • Africa – New Hotspot Market   2015-11-05

    AgroPages had the honor to invite Mr. Mahmood Tauhid from CropLife (Nigeria), Syngenta, BASF, Dow AgroSciences, Wynca, Shandong Kesai Eagrow Co., Ltd. and Indian SDS Ramcides CropScience to a workshop for discussion of the present development and the future prospects of African agrochemical market as well as the African market exploration experience of these enterprises.

    AgroPages had the honor to invite Mr. Mahmood Tauhid from CropLife (Nigeria), Syngenta, BASF, Dow AgroSciences, Wynca, Shandong Kesai Eagrow Co., Ltd. and Indian SDS Ramcides CropScience to a workshop for discussion of the present development and the future prospects of African agrochemical market as well as the African market exploration experience of these enterprises.

  • Top 20 Indian Agrochem Firms: Performing Well Despite Poor Monsoon   2015-11-03

    Despite the unfavorable weather condition, Indian agrochemical industry maintained growth in the 2014/15 fiscal year, best proved by the sales performance of the top 20 Indian agrochemical firms, most of which achieved growth to certain extent.

    Despite the unfavorable weather condition, Indian agrochemical industry maintained growth in the 2014/15 fiscal year, best proved by the sales performance of the top 20 Indian agrochemical firms, most of which achieved growth to certain extent.

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