Trusted Market and Commodities-Trade Intelligence

 

Think Real News

rss

Think Real press releases and industry coverage


CCPIA hopes that policy of cutting at one stroke is not issued in environmental check

From 29-30 June 2018, the Seminar on Pesticide Industry Chain and Purchase Management in China was held by China Crop Protection Industry Association (CCPIA) in Xuzhou City, Jiangsu Province. Nearly 300 enterprise representatives attended the seminar. During this, Sun Shubao, President of CCPIA made a statement, hoping that no policy of cutting at a stroke is issued during the environmental check into pesticide production.

 

“Currently, China is a key supplier of non-patented pesticides in the world. However, it is still challenged: the pesticide supply chain may be cut due to the environmental pressure,” stated Sun Shubao, “We hope that the administration will not issue policy of cutting at a stroke to the pesticide production. The whole industry chain will be challenged if the supplies of pesticides, pharmaceuticals and intermediates are suspended. In the meantime, the purchase by multinational companies will be interrupted. They may withdraw the advanced production technology from China.”

 

In order to achieve sustainable economic growth, the Chinese administration is expected to take more scientific measures during the environmental check, so as to prevent the production and supply from being disturbed. In the coming days, CCPIA will help pesticide producers to explore ways to solve the supply problem, so as to make it clear about the direction for the stable development of the industry under environmental pressure.