The challenge facing agrochemistry sector

Jung, Robert; Gibson, Jane
October 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;10/9/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 38, p18
Trade Publication
The article discusses the challenges faced by the agrochemical industry in Europe. The need for the agrochemical companies to position themselves in regions or in product groups to ensure growth in consolidated markets is stronger than ever. Apart from agricultural factors, a changing population structure, stricter legislation and public opinion all influence the acceptance of products. Agrochemical manufacturers also have to satisfy customers' growing expectations.


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