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Welcome to CCM International's new issue of Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report in May 2012.
As China's import and export growth continues to slow down (export and import year-on-year growth in April of 2012 are respectively 4.9% and 0.3%), this shrinking trend is also reflected in the export of phosphorus commodities. In the first quarter of 2012, China's export of phosphorus commodities all show a downtrend to some degree, excluding POCl3. In addition to being affected by policy, the future export of phosphorus products is expected to be in line with the overall export situation in China.
Nevertheless, China's prime phosphorus commodities (phosphorus ore, phosphate fertilizer and yellow phosphorus) all show positive output in the first quarter of 2012. The output of these three phosphorus products respectively reach 18,395,961 tonnes, 4,454,022 tonnes and 123,160 tonnes, seeing year-on-year growth of 29.48%, 23.14% and 22.04% respectively.
Relatively speaking, China's phosphorus industry is still to keep a more positive situation than many other traditional industrial commodities for rigid demand.
Average exchange rate in April 2012, USD:RMB=1:6.30
Hubei Xingfa acquires new progress in asset restructuring of YPCC.
Fluorine contained in phosphorus ore is used as the feedstock for the production of hydrogen fluoride (HF) in China.
Hubei, Hunan, Sichuan, Yunnan and Guizhou—five prime regions with rich phosphorus resources announce five new measures for regulating local phosphorus resources.
In order to expand capacity of phosphorus ore, Kailin Group starts a feasibility study on phosphorus expansion project in the east of Yangshui Mine.
Yunnan obtains a great success in comprehensive utilization of yellow phosphorus off-gas, which will greatly inspire other production regions of yellow phosphorus.
The research regarding phosphogypsum used in area of soil conditioner booms in China.
MIIT issues interim measures for Entry Criteria of Ammonium Phosphate Industry to further eliminate the backward production capacity of phosphate fertilizer.
Through selling Kingenta's shares, two prime foreign shareholders of Kingenta cash USD160.56 million in total.
With the increasing development of global semiconductor business, the consumption of high purity phosphoric acid will be promoted correspondingly.
China decides to set up a phosphorus chemicals alliance for making a breakthrough in technology in the next ten years.
Apart form POCl3, other phosphorus products we concerned about all showed the decreases at a different degree in export volume of Q1 2012 compared to that of Q1 2011.
Phosphorus commodities began to show a downtrend in price in April, 2012.
Headlines of Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report 1205
Company Dynamics: Replacement of cooperator promotes asset injection scheme of Hubei Xingfa
Industry Dynamics: Phosphorus ore moves closer to be feedstock of hydrogen fluoride
Policy & Legislation: Five new measures to further regulate phosphorus resources exploitation
Company Dynamics: Kailin Group preparing for expansion of phosphorus ore capacity
New Application: Yellow phosphorus off-gas to show huge economic value
New Application: Phosphogypsum expected to be applied as soil conditioner in China
Company Dynamics: Kingenta's foreignshare holders to cash in stocks
Policy & Legislation: MIIT to further standardize existing ammonium phosphate producers
Fine Phosphate Chemical
Industry Dynamics: Booming semiconductor industry expect to drive high purity phosphoric acid Industry Dynamics: Phosphorus chemicals alliance set up for making a breakthrough in technology
Import & Export
International trade situation of phosphate chemicals in Mar.2012
Price monitor of some phosphate chemicals in April 2012
Wengfu Group, Hubei Xingfa, Solvay S.A., Kailin Group, Yuntianhua Group, Spur Ventures, Kingenta
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