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2012 Reports

| Planting Seed Annual 2011 | Planting Seeds | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 3/7/2012
For MY 2011/12, planting seed production is expected to be generally unchanged from last year.  Chinese imports of grass seeds and vegetable seeds are to rise on continued strong demand; sunflower imports are forecast to decline on lower planted acreage and high stocks. 
Planting Seed Annual 2011_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_2-17-2012

| Planting Seeds | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 2/16/2012
China's Ministry of Agriculture released its final Administrative Measures on the License of Seed Production and Operation in September 2011.  The new policy increases the entry threshold for the seed sector; however, comparing with the draft version, the final document lower some of the requirements to satisfy the industry.  The final document also excludes genetically modified (GM) seed from the policy.  Accordingly, MOA released Regulations on the License of Production and Operation of Geneti...
Administrative Measures on Seed Production and Operation License_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_2-10-2012

 

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