AgroPages’ brand magazine China Pesticide Suppliers Guide
has been published for more than 10 consecutive years. Its content closely follows the trends of Chinese agrochemical market and the development of Chinese enterprises, as well as yearly updated information on nearly a hundred qualified Chinese pesticide suppliers, including their specific products and contacts. This magazine is a trusted friend for global buyers and readers to understand the Chinese agrochemical market and find business partners.
Due to the effects of 2019-nCoV, the publication of the hard copies of the magazine originally scheduled to be in February was delayed. In order to promote the normal progress of Chinese and foreign pesticide trade, we have already released the 2020 Chinese Pesticide Suppliers Directory, which is part of the Guide in advance on January 31.
The Suppliers Directory has been online for 10 days, and has been downloaded and read by more than 500 readers from all over the world. The top ten countries to download include the US, India, the UK, Ecuador, Iran, Brazil, Poland, Columbia, Indonesia, and Turkey.
In order to better serve global readers and help overseas buyers keep abreast of the developments in the Chinese agrochemical market over the past year, AgroPages has officially launched the full content of 2020 China Pesticide Suppliers Guide. You can click on the magazine cover in below for free download.
Focus of 2020 China Pesticide Suppliers Guide
- Runhe, Helps Farmers with Organosilicone
- Chinese Pesticides under Safety and Environment Pressure: Production Shrinks, Industry Monopoly Emerges
- China Product Watch 2019: Further Raised Registration Thresholds, Domestically-Created Products Frequently Emerging in Terminal Market
- Analysis of China’s Pesticide Export to Eastern European Countries in 2019
- Northwest China: New Destination for China’s Pesticide Industry Shift
China’s efforts to fight the epidemic are gradually yielding positive results. We have full confidence and capability to prevail over the epidemic and the economy maintaining long-term growth will not change.