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2011 Reports

| Planting Seeds | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 6/1/2011
State Council released its Guideline on Speeding the Development of Modern Seed Industry in late April.  The document is considered to be the core policy package for China's seed industry in following years.  It is obviously that Chinese government would encourage the merger and acquisition in seed industry to enhance its competitiveness, therefore, integrated seed companies with breeding, production and marketing businesses will enjoy favorable policies, such as seed registration and tax.   Thi...
Guideline on the Development of Seed Industry_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_5-13-2011

| Planting Seeds | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 2/4/2011
For MY 2010/11, China��s planting seed production will generally be unchanged from last year.  China��s imports of grass seeds, sunflower seeds, and vegetable seeds are to rise on continued strong demand.  The Chinese government has created draft legislation that will increase the entry threshold for the seed sector, which is expected to increase the competitiveness of China��s seed industry.
Planting Seed Annual 2010_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_2-1-2011

| Planting Seeds | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 2/4/2011
China's Ministry of Agriculture released its draft Administrative Measures on the License of Seed Production and Operation in early October.  The new policy is expected to significantly increase the entry threshold for the seed sector by increasing the registration capital requirements for seed production and operation both for hybrid and genetically modified (GM) seeds.  Post contacts expect the new policy will be ratified in 2011.
China��s New Administrative Measures on Seed Production and Operation_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_2-1-2011

 

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