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Chemistry

One of Europe’s leading suppliers of chemical products and services, the Netherlands boasts more than 400 top chemical companies across the entire supply chain. In fact, 19 out of the...More...
Vietnam’s new chemical control regulation is expected to be adopted on 7 August 2017 and to come into force in September 2017. The draft of this new law has now...More...
Vina SCG Chemicals Co., Ltd. (VSCG), wholly-owned subsidiary by SCG, has approved to proceed with the investment of the Long Son Petrochemicals Company Limited (LSP). LSP issued the Letter of...More...
Vietnam utilises 11 million tonnes of fertiliser annually and its consumption of local products is rising, the Ministry of Industry and Trade said.     Of this, 90% of the...More...
Vietnam’s fertilizer imports soared in the first quarter of 2017 after a sharp decrease in 2016, reaching 1.22 million tons worth US$338 million, up 31.5% in volume and nearly 24%...More...
The Vietnam organic fertilizers market valued at USD 930.54 million in 2017 is expected to reach USD 1,567 million by 2022, at a CAGR of 11%. Microbe-based biofertilizers, with its...More...
Vietnam's chemical industry is still young and does not meet with domestic demand. But by cooperating with Japan, UNDP, this sector is expected to have potential future and contribute to...More...
Vietnam will host the 46th International Chemistry Olympiad (ICHO 2014) from July 20-29, which will feature around 300 students from 80 countries and territories, according to a member of the...More...
In the process of national industrialisation and modernisation and international integration, the establishment of companies of different industries with a variety of products, modern production lines and strong brand reputation...More...
Instead of using herbicides that often causes bad effects to environment, crops. A gardener in Hau Giang thought of using chemical fertilizers as herbicides to kill grass in his garden. ...More...