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Mar 25 2018 Where Is Chinese Manufacturing Headed And How You Should Manage The Risks

The winter of 2017/18 was a watershed in the fight against the persistent and worsening pollution by the Chinese government. The unprecedented drastic measures taken to shut down production in a vast industrial region of China led to a major disruption in supplies of generic agrichemicals to the world markets. Prices of some products rose to more than double those preceding the shutdown. Many products were either not available at all or only a portion of the usual winter demand was met.

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Mar 25 2018 A Golden Opportunity For Chinese and Indian Collaboration In AgChem

Since October 2017, there have been major disruptions in the production and supply of many generic agchem products, leading to major price increases and shortages for many products.  This is due to the mandatory closure of many production plants in the north and northeastern regions of China by the government to contain the usual severe winter pollution. The mandatory closure of coal-fired power plants has also been a major factor contributing to the shortage of industrial energy needed for agchem production.

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Apr 20 2017 Distribution in Thailand

C S Liew, Managing director of Pacific Agriscience contributed an article to Agribusiness Global on distributing AgChem products to Thai farmers

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Mar 19 2017 AN M&A DEAL BETWEEN TWO CONTINENTS

On December 29, 2016, InVivo of France acquired a majority stake in CCAB Agro in Brazil. Pacific Agriscience is pleased to be the party that put the deal together by introducing the two of them to each other back in May, 2016. 

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Mar 2 2017 Potential Mega-Merger: ChemChina and Sinochem?

C S Liew, Managing director of Pacific Agriscience contributed an article to Farm Chemicals International (FCI) sharing the implications of another (potential) mega-merger. 

  

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Mar 2 2017 Downstream in Overseas Supply Chain

C S Liew, Managing director of Pacific Agriscience contributed an article to Farm Chemicals International (FCI) sharing about Chinese Agchem Manufacturers Downstream in Overseas Supply Chain. 

 

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Feb 22 2016 What the ChemChina - Syngenta deal means

The proposed acquisition of Syngenta at $43 billion is the big one that ChemChina has been waiting for during the past 10 years or so.

 

 

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