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世界のグリホサート市場の将来展望

World Outlook of Glyphosate 2012-2016

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世界のグリホサート市場の将来展望 World Outlook of Glyphosate 2012-2016
出版日: 2012年12月13日 ページ情報: 英文 164 Pages
概要

現在、遺伝子組み換え(GM)作物や不耕起栽培が世界のグリホサート市場の主な促進要因となっています。特に南米・北米諸国では、GM作物栽培の大幅な普及に伴い、グリホサートの需要が拡大しています。バイオ燃料用作物(サトウキビ・アブラヤシ・キャッサバなど)の需要増大もまた、大きな市場促進要因となっています。

当レポートでは、全世界のグリホセート市場の現状と将来見通しについて分析し、製品の特徴や世界全体の市場環境(促進要因や課題など)、全世界レベルでの需給構造、主要国(全12ヶ国)の市場概況、国際貿易の流れ、今後の市場の方向性、主要企業のプロファイルなどを調査して、その結果を概略以下の構成でお届けします。

第1章 エグゼクティブ・サマリー

第2章 イントロダクション

第3章 分析手法と情報源

第4章 市場環境

  • 世界経済の見通し
  • 世界の人口構造の見通し
  • 世界の農業の見通し
  • 世界の農地利用状況
    • 全世界の遺伝子組み換え(GM)穀物栽培状況
      • GMトウモロコシ
      • GM大豆
      • GM綿花
      • GMアブラナ
    • 世界の主要な作物
  • 環境上・規制上の問題

第5章 世界のグリホサートの需給状況

  • 供給状況
  • 需要状況
    • 概要
    • 流通
    • 作物への使用状況

第6章 主要国のグリホサート市場

  • 中国
    • グリホサートの供給量
    • グリホサートの消費量
  • 米国
  • アルゼンチン
  • ブラジル
  • オーストラリア
  • マレーシア
  • インド
  • インドネシア
  • タイ
  • パラグアイ
  • カナダ
  • 南アフリカ

第7章 世界市場におけるグリホサート・PMIDAの貿易の流れと今後の動向

  • 主要国の貿易の状況
    • 中国
    • 米国
    • アルゼンチン
  • グリホサートの世界的動向
    • グリホサートの技術的特性
    • グリホサートの構造
  • 傾向

第8章 グリホサートの国際価格と今後の動向

第9章 世界のグリホサート産業の将来予測

  • 市場促進・阻害要因
  • 世界のグリホサート産業の今後の見通し

第10章 結論と提言

第11章 グリホサートの主要メーカーのプロファイル

  • Monsanto
  • Nufarm
  • Zhejiang Wynca
  • Cheminova
  • Makhteshim-Agan
  • Atanor
  • Syngenta
  • Nantong Jiangshan
  • Zhejiang Jinfanda

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目次

World Outlook of Glyphosate 2012-2016 is CCM's second edition global glyphosate report. This CCM report, the result of primary and secondary research into the points of glyphosate market, presents the most current analysis of glyphosate industry and the role it plays in crop protection segment. It is a crucial resource for industry executives and anyone looking to access key information about global development of glyphosate.

This report is comprised of 3 main sections including supply and demand, glyphosate situation in 12 key countries and flow research. 10 key players are profiled. These 12 countries include 6 Asian-Pacific countries (China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia), 3 South American countries (Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay), 2 North American countries (the US and Canada), and 1 African country (South Africa). As for each country, a clear picture about production, distribution and application of glyphosate is presented.

Through this report, you can:

  • Understand the demand for glyphosate in each country and continent;
  • Have a clear picture of glyphosate flow among some important countries;
  • Be well informed of the supply of glyphosate technical and glyphosate formulations in these 12 countries including key players and brands;
  • Get to know the application of glyphosate in these 12 countries breakdown by crop, growing period (pre-seeding stage, pre-emergence stage and post-emergent stage);
  • Gain intelligence into possible activities of Chinese glyphosate players;
  • Know the purchasing behavior of some key multinationals such as Dow AgroSciences, Syngenta and Nufarm

Currently, GM crops and no-tillage farming are the key drivers for glyphosate demand in the world. South America and North America contribute a large portion to global glyphosate demand because of the wide promotion of GM crops. What is the future trend of GM crops planting in these two continents and then the world? What is the future trend of glyphosate demand by region/continent? Which region(s) will be prospective market for glyphosate? CCM will give you an insightful analysis on the above questions.

Bio-fuel is another key factor for glyphosate demand. Bio-fuel, recognized as an important substitute for petroleum, gains rapid development all over the world, causing the growth in demand for feed stocks, such as sugarcane, oil palm and cassava. The hectare of these crops has kept increasing to meet the demand for bio-fuel. The main countries' policies to bio-fuel and their impacts on glyphosate is included in the report.

In a bid to figure out glyphosate flow, CCM has dived deep into global glyphosate supply chain, with glyphosate technical producers, glyphosate trade, key players and brands in main countries analyzed systematically. Moreover, an insightful research on the source and distribution of glyphosate of the top players in glyphosate market is provided in the report.

Executive summary:

Glyphosate, the key active ingredient of Roundup, is one of the most commonly used herbicides in the market today. In 2011, global glyphosate sales have reached USDXX billion, with a consumption volume of XX tonnes (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent).

Glyphosate based herbicides are widely used in over 130 countries in the world, but the global glyphosate technical supply is only concentrated in several countries including China (a country with easily available raw materials including IDAN and glycine), the US (where Monsanto, the world's glyphosate giant, is headquartered), Argentina (a large glyphosate user, as well as production base of Monsanto and Atanor), Brazil (a large glyphosate user, and production base of Monsanto and Nortox), etc.

Glyphosate technical (acid) is formulated into various formulations for use, including IPA salt, potassium salt and ammonia salt. The most popular specification of glyphosate based herbicide is 41% solution (41% IPA, 360g/L, 480g/L). Named brands include Roundup, Glyfos, Credit, Atanor, Glyphomax, Ranzer, Glyphogan, etc. Key players of glyphosate-based herbicides include Monsanto, Nufarm, Dow AgroSciences, Syngenta, Atanor, Makhteshim-Agan, etc.

The global glyphosate supply, viewed from a global perspective, actually is a game between Monsanto, whose glyphosate sales take up more than XX% of the global market share, and all the rest suppliers, mainly Chinese producers in the world.

China, taking up over XX% supply of the world's glyphosate technical, is consolidating its position. Glyphosate technical capacity in China has increased crazily from XXt/a in 2006 to XXt/a in 2008, and current XXt/a. China's production of glyphosate technical is estimated to hit a historical record in 2012, reaching about XX tonnes.

Monsanto has kept the dominant role, though its market share is decreasing. Over XX% of Monsanto's glyphosate technical is produced in its production sites in the US. Nearly XX% of its production in the US is exported to its production sites in Belgium and Malaysia to make Roundup series glyphosate-based products, which are later distributed all over the world.

Glyphosate is mainly consumed in American countries, especially the US, Brazil and Argentina, the top three GM crop planting countries. These three countries together consume over XX million liters of glyphosate-based herbicides (equivalent to XX tonnes of glyphosate technical 95%) annually, accounting for over 50% of the global total.

GM crops with herbicide tolerance are the main consumers of glyphosate, including soybean, corn, rapeseed, etc. In 2011, about XX tonnes of glyphosate (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent) are consumed in GM crops, taking up about XX% of total glyphosate consumption. Global adoption of GM crops is expected to continue to grow in the future, particularly in developing countries, where there is a promising pipeline of new products.

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Table of Contents

1. Executive summary

2. Introduction

3. Methodology and source

4. Market environment

  • 4-1. World economic outlook
  • 4-2. World demographic outlook
  • 4-3. World agricultural outlook
  • 4-4. World agricultural land usage
    • 4-4-1. Global GM crops
      • 4-4-1-1. GM corn
      • 4-4-1-2. GM soybean
      • 4-4-1-3. GM cotton
      • 4-4-1-4. GM rapeseed
    • 4-4-2. Major crops in the world
  • 4-5. Environmental & regulatory issues

5. Global supply & demand of glyphosate

  • 5-1. Supply situation
  • 5-2. Demand situation
    • 5-2-1. Overview
    • 5-2-2. Distribution
    • 5-2-3. Use situation in crops

6. Glyphosate in major countries

  • 6-1. China
    • 6-1-1. Glyphosate supply
    • 6-1-2. Glyphosate consumption
  • 6-2. The US
  • 6-3. Argentina
  • 6-4. Brazil
  • 6-5. Australia
  • 6-6. Malaysia
  • 6-7. India
  • 6-8. Indonesia
  • 6-9. Thailand
  • 6-10. Paraguay
  • 6-11. Canada
  • 6-12. South Africa

7. Flow research of glyphosate & PMIDA in global market and future trend

  • 7-1. Trade situation in major countries
    • 7-1-1. China
    • 7-1-2. The US
    • 7-1-3. Argentina
  • 7-2. Global glyphosate flow
    • 7-2-1. Glyphosate technical
    • 7-2-2. Glyphosate formulation
  • 7-3. Trend

8. Price of glyphosate in international market and its future trend

9. Forecast on global glyphosate industry

  • 9-1. Drivers and barriers
  • 9-2. Future prospect of global glyphosate industry

10. Conclusion and recommendation

11. Profiles of key glyphosate players

  • 11-1. Monsanto
  • 11-2. Nufarm
  • 11-3. Zhejiang Wynca
  • 11-4. Cheminova
  • 11-5. Makhteshim-Agan
  • 11-6. Atanor
  • 11-7. Syngenta
  • 11-8. Nantong Jiangshan
  • 11-9. Zhejiang Jinfanda
  • 11-10. Sichuan Fuhua

List of tables:

  • Table 1.1-1. Predicted GDP growth of main countries, 2012-2014
  • Table 1.2-1. World population by major countries
  • Table 1.3-1. Predicted world cereal production and demand, 2012-2016, million tonnes
  • Table 1.3-2. World oilseed production and consumption projection, 2012-2016, million tonnes
  • Table 1.3-3. World biofuel production and consumption projection, 2012-2016, million tonnes
  • Table 1.3-4. World agricultural commodity prices, USD/t
  • Table 2.1-1. Key players of glyphosate technical in the world, 2008-2012
  • Table 2.1-2. Key players of glyphosate formulations in the world
  • Table 2.2.2-1. Major used field and characters of glyphosate consumption in different areas
  • Table 3.1.1-1. Overview of glyphosate technical manufacturers in China, 2011
  • Table 3.1.1-2. Capacity and output of glyphosate technical by producer in China, 2007-2011
  • Table 3.1.1-3. Output of major glyphosate formulations in China, 2007-2011, tonne
  • Table 3.1.2-1. Harvested area of main crops in China, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.1.2-2. Supply and consumption of glyphosate and its share in herbicides in China, 2004-2011 (calculated by technical)
  • Table 3.1.2-3. Glyphosate consumption in main crops in China, 2007-2011, calculated by 95% technical, tonne
  • Table 3.1.2-4. Glyphosate consumption in main fruits, 2007-2011, calculated by 95% technical, tonne
  • Table 3.2-1. Key glyphosate suppliers in the US
  • Table 3.2-2. Harvested area of main crops in the US, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.2-3. Annual amount and sales of glyphosate and herbicides in the US, 1993-2007
  • Table 3.2-4. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in the US, 2007-2011 (converted to 95% technical, tonne)
  • Table 3.2-5. Glyphosate consumption in major crops by growing period in the US, 2011 (converted to 95% technical, tonne)
  • Table 3.2-6. Glyphosate consumption in major fruit trees in the US, 2011
  • Table 3.2-7. Glyphosate-resistant weeds in the US, 2007-2012
  • Table 3.3-1. Key glyphosate suppliers in Argentina
  • Table 3.3-2. Harvested area of main crops in Argentina, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.3-3. Position of glyphosate in herbicides in Argentina, 2007-2011
  • Table 3.3-4. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in Argentina, 2007-2011 (converted to 95% technical, tonne)
  • Table 3.3-5. Glyphosate consumption in major fruit trees in Argentina, 2011
  • Table 3.3-6. Events related to GM crop commercialization, 1996-2012
  • Table 3.3-7. Glyphosate-resistant weeds in Argentina, 2005-2011
  • Table 3.4-1. Key glyphosate suppliers in Brazil
  • Table 3.4-2. Harvested area of main crops in Brazil, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.4-3. Market demand for glyphosate and herbicides in Brazil, 2007-2011
  • Table 3.4-4. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in Brazil, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.4-5. Glyphosate consumption in major fruit trees in Brazil, 2011
  • Table 3.4-6. Events related to GM crop commercialization in Brazil, 1998-2012
  • Table 3.4-7. Glyphosate-resistant weeds in Brazil, 2003-2011
  • Table 3.5-1. Key glyphosate suppliers in Australia
  • Table 3.5-2. Harvested area of major crops in Australia, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.5-3. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in Australia, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.5-4. Glyphosate consumption in different growing periods of major crops in Australia, 2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.5-5. Glyphosate-resistant weeds in Australia, 1996-2011
  • Table 3.6-1. Key glyphosate suppliers in Malaysia, 2012
  • Table 3.6-2. Harvested area of main crops in Malaysia, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.6-3. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in Malaysia, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.7-1. Key glyphosate technical manufacturers in India, 2012
  • Table 3.7-2. Key glyphosate formulation supplier in India, 2012
  • Table 3.7-3. Harvested area of main crops in India, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.7-4. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in India, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.7-5. Glyphosate consumption in major crops by growing period in India, 2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.8-1. Key glyphosate suppliers in Indonesia
  • Table 3.8-2. Harvested area of main crops in Indonesia, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.8-3. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in Indonesia, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.8-4. Glyphosate consumption in major crops by growing period in Indonesia, 2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.8-5. Glyphosate application in oil palm in Indonesia, 2011 (converted to 95% technical)
  • Table 3.9-1. Key glyphosate suppliers in Thailand
  • Table 3.9-2. Harvest area of major crops in Thailand, 2007-2011, '000 hectares
  • Table 3.9-3. Annual import volume of glyphosate and herbicides in Thailand, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%)
  • Table 3.9-4. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in Thailand, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.9-5. Glyphosate consumption in different growing periods of major crops in Thailand, 2011 (converted to 95% technical, tonne)
  • Table 3.9-6. Glyphosate application in rubber in Thailand, 2011 (converted to 95% technical)
  • Table 3.10-1. Key glyphosate suppliers in Paraguay
  • Table 3.10-2. Harvested area of main crops in Paraguay, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.10-3. Position of glyphosate in herbicides in Paraguay, 2007-2011
  • Table 3.10-4. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in Paraguay, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.10-5. Glyphosate consumption in major crops by growing period in Paraguay, 2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.11-1. Key glyphosate suppliers in Canada
  • Table 3.11-2. Harvested area of main crops in Canada, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.11-3. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in Canada, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.11-4. Glyphosate consumption in major crops by growing period in Canada, 2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.11-5. Glyphosate used in forest in Canada, 1992-2010
  • Table 3.12-1. Key glyphosate suppliers in South Africa, 2011
  • Table 3.12-2. Harvested area of main crops in South Africa, 2007-2011 ('000 hectares)
  • Table 3.12-3. Glyphosate consumption in major crops in South Africa, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.12-4. Glyphosate consumption in major crops by growing period in South Africa, 2011 (converted to technical 95%, tonne)
  • Table 3.12-5. Glyphosate-resistant weeds in South Africa
  • Table 4.1.1-1. Export volume of Chinese glyphosate by destination, Q1-Q3 2012 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.1-2. Export volume of Chinese glyphosate by destination, 2011 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.1-3. Major destinations of China's exported glyphosate, 2008-2012 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.1-4. Comparison of export volume of Chinese glyphosate, Q1-Q3 2011 & Q1-Q3 2012 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.2-1. The US' glyphosate export by volume and destination, 2008, 2011 and Q1-Q3 2012 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.2-2. Comparison of export volume of the US glyphosate, Q1-Q3 2011 & Q1-Q3 2012 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.2-3. Import volume of glyphosate by origin in the US, 2008, 2011 and Q1-Q3 2012 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.2-4. Comparison of import volume of glyphosate in the US, Q1-Q3 2011 & Q1-Q3 2012 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.3-1. Export volume of glyphosate in Argentina, 2007-2011 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.3-2. Glyphosate export by volume and destination in Argentina, 2008 and 2011 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.3-3. Import volume of glyphosate in Argentina, 2007-2011 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.3-4. Import volume of glyphosate by origin in Argentina, 2008, 2011 and Q1-Q3 2012 (tonne)
  • Table 4.1.3-5. Comparison of import volume of glyphosate in Argentina, Q1-Q3 2011 & Q1-Q3 2012 (tonne)
  • Table 4.2.1-1. Major exporters of glyphosate technical in the world, 2008 and 2011 (tonne)
  • Table 4.2.2-1. Major exporters of glyphosate formulations in the world, 2008 and 2011 (tonne)
  • Table 5-1. Price of glyphosate 41% IPA with different brands, Nov. 2012
  • Table 6.1-1. Global production of bio-ethanol and bio-diesel, 2000-2011 (billion liters)
  • Table 6.1-2. Production of bio-ethanol in the US and Brazil, 2005-2011
  • Table 6.1-3. Area under non-tillage by continent, 2008
  • Table 6.1-4. Comparison of glyphosate, paraquat and glufosinate

List of figures:

  • Figure 1.2-1. World population development milestones
  • Figure 1.2-2. World population by continent, 2011
  • Figure 1.2-3. Population projection by region, 2012-2016
  • Figure 1.2-4. Predicted growth rate of world population by region, 2012-2016
  • Figure 1.3-1. World cereal production and consumption, 2011
  • Figure 1.4-1. Global agricultural land area, 2005-2009
  • Figure 1.4-2. Agricultural land area by regions, 2005-2009
  • Figure 1.4.1-1. Global planting area of GM crops, 2007-2011
  • Figure 1.4.1-2. Global planting area of GM crops, 1996-2011
  • Figure 1.4.1-3. GM crop planting countries, 2011
  • Figure 1.4.1-4. Global planting area proportion of GM crops, 2007-2011
  • Figure 1.4.1.1-1. Global harvested area of GM corn, 1996-2011
  • Figure 1.4.1.1-2. Harvested area proportion of GM corn by trait, 2011
  • Figure 1.4.1.2-1. Global harvested area of GM soybean, 1996-2011
  • Figure 1.4.1.3-1. Global harvested area of GM cotton, 1996-2011
  • Figure 1.4.1.3-2. Harvested area proportion of GM cotton by trait, 2011
  • Figure 1.4.1.4-1. Global harvested area of GM rapeseed, 1996-2011
  • Figure 1.4.2-1. Global harvested area of major crops, 2007-2011
  • Figure 2.1-1. Global glyphosate technical's distribution, 2011
  • Figure 2.1-2. China's glyphosate distribution, 2011
  • Figure 2.2.1-1. Global glyphosate demand and its growth rate (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent), 2007-2011
  • Figure 2.2.2-1. Glyphosate consumption distribution (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent), 2007-2011
  • Figure 2.2.2-2. Global consumption distribution structure of glyphosate (by volume), 2007-2011
  • Figure 2.2.2-3. Consumption structure (by volume) of glyphosate by region, 2011
  • Figure 3.1.1-1. Supply situation of glyphosate technical in China, 2001-2012
  • Figure 3.1.2-1. Demand for glyphosate in China (technical 95% equivalent), 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.1.2-2. Structure of harvested area of crops in China, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.1.2-3. Consumption shares of main herbicides (calculated by 95% technical) in China, 2011
  • Figure 3.1.2-4. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in major crops in China, 2011
  • Figure 3.1.2-5. Forecast on glyphosate demand in China, 2012-2016 (calculated by 95% technical)
  • Figure 3.2-1. Glyphosate supply in the US (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent), 2003-2011
  • Figure 3.2-2. Demand for glyphosate in the US (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent), 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.2-3. Structure of harvested area of crops in the US, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.2-4. Share of GM crops' planting in total crop planting in the US, 2007-2012
  • Figure 3.2-5. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in major crops in the US, 2011
  • Figure 3.2-6. Predicted glyphosate demand in the US, 2012-2016 (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent)
  • Figure 3.3-1. Demand for glyphosate in Argentina (glyphosate 95% technical equivalent), 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.3-2. Structure of harvested area of crops in Argentina, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.3-3. Share of GM crops' planting in total crop planting in Argentina, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.3-4. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in Argentina, 2011
  • Figure 3.3-5. Predicted glyphosate demand in Argentina, 2012-2016, (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent)
  • Figure 3.4-1. Demand for glyphosate in Brazil (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent), 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.4-2. Structure of harvested area of crops in Brazil, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.4-3. Share of GM crops' planting in total crop planting in Brazil, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.4-4. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in Brazil, 2011
  • Figure 3.4-5. Predicted glyphosate demand in Brazil, 2012-2016 (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent)
  • Figure 3.5-1. Demand for glyphosate in Australia (converted to technical 95%), 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.5-2. Structure of harvested area of main crops in Australia, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.5-3. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in major crops in Australia, 2011
  • Figure 3.5-4. Predicted glyphosate demand in Australia, 2012-2016 (converted to technical 95%)
  • Figure 3.6-1. Demand for glyphosate in Malaysia, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%)
  • Figure 3.6-2. Structure of harvested area of main crops in Malaysia, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.6-3. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in major crops in Malaysia, 2011
  • Figure 3.6-4. Predicted glyphosate demand in Malaysia, 2012-2016 (converted to technical 95%)
  • Figure 3.7-1. Demand for glyphosate in India, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%)
  • Figure 3.7-2. Structure of harvested area of crops in India, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.7-3. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in major crops in India, 2011
  • Figure 3.7-4. Predicted glyphosate demand in India, 2012-2016 (converted to technical 95%)
  • Figure 3.8-1. Demand for glyphosate in Indonesia (glyphosate 95% technical equivalent), 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.8-2. Structure of harvested area of crops in Indonesia, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.8-3. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in major crops in Indonesia, 2011
  • Figure 3.8-4. Predicted glyphosate demand in Indonesia, 2012-2016 (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent)
  • Figure 3.9-1. Demand for glyphosate in Thailand (glyphosate 95% technical equivalent), 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.9-2. Structure of harvested area of crops in Thailand, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.9-3. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in major crops in Thailand, 2011
  • Figure 3.9-4. Predicted glyphosate demand in Thailand, 2012-2016 (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent)
  • Figure 3.10-1. Demand for glyphosate in Paraguay, 2007-2011 (converted to technical 95%)
  • Figure 3.10-2. Structure of harvested area of crops in Paraguay, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.10-3. GM soybean planting area in Paraguay, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.10-4. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in major crops in Paraguay, 2011
  • Figure 3.10-5. Predicted glyphosate demand in Paraguay, 2012-2016 (converted to technical 95%)
  • Figure 3.11-1. Demand for glyphosate in Canada (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent), 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.11-2. Structure of harvested area of crops in Canada, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.11-3. Share of GM crops' planting in total crop planting in Canada, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.11-4. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in major crops in Canada, 2011
  • Figure 3.11-5. Predicted glyphosate demand in Canada, 2012-2016 (converted to technical 95%)
  • Figure 3.12-1. Demand for glyphosate in South Africa (glyphosate 95% technical equivalent), 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.12-2. Structure of harvested area of crops in South Africa, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.12-3. Share of GM crops in total crop planting in South Africa, 2007-2011
  • Figure 3.12-4. Glyphosate consumption structure (by volume) in major crops in South Africa, 2011
  • Figure 3.12-5. Predicted glyphosate demand in South Africa, 2012-2016 (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent)
  • Figure 4.1.1-1. Export volume of glyphosate in China, 2007- Q3 2012
  • Figure 4.1.1-2. China's glyphosate export by volume and destination, 2007-Q3 2012 (calculated by glyphosate technical 95%)
  • Figure 4.1.1-3. Import volume of Roundup in China, 2005-2012 (tonne)
  • Figure 4.1.1-4. Market share of domestic glyphosate products and Roundup by consumption volume in China, 2005-2011
  • Figure 4.2.1-1. Flow chart of glyphosate technical in the world, 2011
  • Figure 4.2.1-2. Major overseas importers of Chinese glyphosate technical, 2011 (tonne)
  • Figure 4.2.2-1. Flow chart of glyphosate formulations in the world, 2011
  • Figure 5-1. FOB Shanghai price of China-made glyphosate technical, Jan. 2008-Nov. 2011
  • Figure 5-2. FOB Shanghai price of China-made glyphosate 62% IPA, May 2011-Nov. 2012
  • Figure 6.1-1. Growth rates of glyphosate demand and related drivers, 2007-2011
  • Figure 6.1-2. Global harvested area of GM crops by trait, 2000-2011
  • Figure 6.1-3. Dominant herbicide-tolerant and stacked traits crops, 2005-2010
  • Figure 6.2-1. Projected global glyphosate demand (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent), 2012-2016
  • Figure 6.2-2. Projected global glyphosate demand by region (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent), 2012-2016
  • Figure 6.2-3. Projected growth rate of glyphosate demand (glyphosate technical 95% equivalent) by region, 2012-2016
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