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Multinationals gain eight Chinese ai approvals in 2014

The top six multinational agrochemical companies gained eight pesticide active ingredient registrations in China last year, reports the China Crop Protection Industry Association. Syngenta registered the fungicides, sedaxane (95%) and isopyrazam (trade-marked as IZM - 92% - two authorisations); BASF was granted a registration for the fungicide, ametoctradin (98%); Bayer CropScience was given a registration for the insecticide, thiacloprid (97.5%); DuPont gained approval for the insecticide, cyantraniliprole (trade-marked as Cyazypyr - 94%); and Dow AgroSciences received two registrations for its herbicide, halauxifen-methyl (trade-marked as Arylex - 93% and 91.6%). Monsanto did not gain approval for any ais, but did for a 41% aqueous solution of the herbicide, glyphosate potassium.

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