Events

This will be a description of the different kind of events that we run at CCM and what you can gain from each of them.


  • Why you should keep close track to China’s phosphorus market

    China is home to the world's second largest reserves of phosphate rock, while the country is also a major producer of yellow phosphorus, phosphoric acid, phosphate fertilizers and fine phosphorus chemicals. However, with China's reserves of high-grade phosphorite dwindling, the government is taking decisive action to curb exports and improve extraction and beneficiation technologies. Learn how China's phosphorus market is affecting the world supply and how players can invest in the game.

  • HFC Phase Down: The Impact on Global and Chinese Markets

    According to the Kingali Amendment of the Montreal Protocol, the world’s nations have agreed on the phase down of HFC. However, A recent survey of European retailers has revealed that 40% are not fully aware of the regulatory changes. CCM prepares market participants for the changes and analyses the HFC market situation worldwide and in China especially, since it is the largest country in consumption as well as production and export of HCFCs and HFCs.

  • Analysis of the New Regulations on Pesticide Administration in China

    Highlights Comparison of old and new versions Influence on the registration Influence on producers Influence on dealers Influence on foreign enterprises Influence on pesticide safety

  • China's Fertiliser Industry - Overcoming overcapacity, low efficieny, and environmental damage

    CCM will host a free webinar about China's fertilizer industry. Highlights: -The agricultural supply-side reform -The 13th five-year plan for fertiliser industry -Excess production capacity reduction -New environmental tax law -Environmental inspections -Replacement of chemical fertiliser

  • Chinese enterprises' survival amid China's economic and industry reshuffle and upgrade

    In 2010, the output of the manufacturing industry in China shared 19.8% of the global total, making China the second largest manufacturing country in the world. However, the manufacturing industry in China is now facing a lack of reliable independent research and development capability, independent brand marketing, etc. What conditions are traditional companies suffering from and what changes are they going to make?Join this webinar and you'll find out the answers to the these questions.

  • A review of significant events and trade activities in China for the first half of 2014

    According to statistics, China's import and export value reached USD4,160 billion in 2013, making it the world's biggest trade country. However, China's import and export still face many challenges like uneven industrial division, further expanding of trade deficit, gradually losing competitive advantage, etc. In the blink of an eye, 2014 has passed a half, what big events have taken place? Let's review together.

  • Catching up on Hot Topics of China’s Corn Products

    To share some hot topics of two kinds of corn products in China, namely monosodium glutamate (MSG) and corn oil. The highlighted hotspots include the export situation, policies analysis, ex-work prices, company performance, etc.

  • Introduction to CCM’s Latest Service Package: Online Agro Database

    Agro Database is a new online standard data service package specially designed for our clients.

  • China’s Agrochemicals Industry

    In this webinar, we will also share our findings and analysis on the influencing factors, including relevant government policies, environmental protection, social environment and economic technology.


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