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12th five year plan for biological industry development published

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On Jan. 6, 2013, China’s State Council issued the 12th Five-Year Plan for Biological Industry Development, which reveals that the Chinese government has begun to attach importance to raw materials and …

On Jan. 6, 2013, China’s State Council issued the 12th Five-Year Plan for Biological Industry Development, which reveals that the Chinese government has begun to attach importance to raw materials and consumption.

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  • 1. 12th Five-Year Plan for Biological Industry Development publishedSummary: On Jan. 6, 2013, China’s State Council issued the 12th Five-Year Plan for BiologicalIndustry Development, which reveals that the Chinese government has begun to attach importanceto raw materials and consumption.Tags: five-year plan, biological, Polyurethane, Chitosan fiber, PLA, Succinic acid, BDO, CastoroilOn Jan. 6, 2013, the State Council of the People’s Republic of China issued the 12th Five-YearPlan for Biological Industry Development (the 12th Five-Year Plan), covering the biologicalindustry’s seven sub-sectors—biological medicine, biological medical engineering, biologicalagriculture, biological manufacturing, biological energy, biological environmental protection andbiological service sectors, according to Biomaterials China News 1301 issued on 8 January byCCM.Specifically, the plan for the biological manufacturing sector is shown below.Target:1. To achieve the production of a batch of important biological products from non-grain feedstock;2. To achieve a capacity of biological materials of 1 million t/a by 2015;3. To achieve a capacity of biological products of 10 million t/a by 2015.Content:1. Industrial demonstration of non-grain industrial sugar: promoting the R&D and application ofhigh quality, large-scale preparation technologies including the processing technology of biomasssuch as tuber crops, straw and corn, and enzymatic saccharification, constructing non-grainindustrial sugar industrial demonstration lines, and forming the large-scale supply of non-grainfermentable sugar.2. Industrial demonstration of biological chemicals: promoting the industrial application ofmicrobe-engineered bacteria and thermochemical technologies, constructing large-scaleproduction lines of biological chemicals such as alcohol, organic acid, biological olefin and itsderivatives, and improving the competitiveness of biological chemicals compared to petroleumproducts.3. Industrial demonstration of biological materials: promoting the development and application ofbiological materials’ biological and chemical polymerization technologies, constructingdemonstration production lines of biological plastics and fibers, such as polylactic acid (PLA),poly butylene succinate (PBS) and polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA), and promoting the application ofbiological materials.
  • 2. Policy:1. Establishing an authentication mechanism for biological products;2. Introducing an incentive policy for the consumption of biological products;3. Researching a system for rationing agricultural raw materials for the industrial sector.Compared to the 11th Five-Year Plan for Biological Industry Development (2006–2010), the 12thFive-Year Plan reveals that the Chinese government attaches importance to the development of thewhole industry, not just the technology, and it pays more attention to raw materials andconsumption. The 11th Five-Year Plan for Biological Industry Development only includedencouraging biological products and stated the government’s support for their large-scaleproduction.In the 12th Five-Year Plan, China pays more attention to raw materials of biological products, andspecifically emphasizes the production of sugar from non-grain crops. In general, corn is the mainraw material for most biological materials due to its excellent properties. However, too much cornhas been consumed by industrial production in the last two years, which led to a significantincrease in the corn price, so China is trying to limit corn consumption in the industrial sector.Researching a system for rationing agricultural raw materials for the industrial sector is a newinitiative, which may help restrict corn consumption in processing industries and encourage theconsumption of non-grain crops in the industrial sector at the same time. In the future, morecassava, straw and potato may be used as a feedstock of biological materials.Meanwhile, the Chinese government is also focusing on the consumption of biological productsand is attempting to encourage domestic consumers to use them. Although China is already a largeproducer in the biological industry, most biological products are exported to developed countriesand the output is far smaller than the capacity due to limited domestic consumption.Once an authentication mechanism has been established to judge whether a product isbiodegradable and test its degree of degradation, producers will be able to set a reasonable pricefor different degrees of degradation, and it will also be easier for consumers to purchase realbiological products. This mechanism will help consumers build confidence in this industry andprotect the profit margin of those high degradation products.The 12th Five-Year Plan reveals that the Chinese government is working on related policies thatcan help the biological industry become mature and maintain sustainable development.PBS has been added to the list of encouraged biological materials in the 12th Five-Year Plan dueto its biodegradable properties and comprehensive performance. Currently, there are fiveproducers producing these products and there are another two new production lines underconstruction.It is also worth noting that it is the first time that the Chinese government has listed biologicalservice as an independent industry. The government plans to construct national biologicalresources and an information technology network service system and form an information service
  • 3. capability for the biological industry.Source from: Biomaterials China News 1301http://www.cnchemicals.com/ResearchCenter/Newsletter/245/Biomaterials-China-NewsTable of contents of Biomaterials China News 1301:Overview of Chinese insecticide in 2008Shandong Dacheng to post deficit in 2008Wuhan Wudalvzhou expanding 4,500t/a virus insecticide productionAnhui Huaxing to build 5,000t/a chlorpyrifos production lineChizhou Sincerity to expand ethyl chlorideChina’s meadow moth stricken area hit new record in 2008Harbin’s forest hit by insects to reach 18,700 ha. in 2009China’s insecticide demand to increase 8.5% in 2009Toluene price change in 2008Monthly price of key raw materials in China in Jan. 2009Monthly factory price of main insecticides in China in Jan. 2009Monthly Shanghai port price and FOB Shanghai of main insecticides in Jan. 2009Most Chinese insecticides witness continuous price fallAvermectin price movement in 2008China’s insecticide export price up 26.5% in first 9 monthsA new biopesticide formulation passes evaluationRegistration situation of profenofos in ChinaChina’s insecticide registration situation in December 2008Anhui releases schedule on controlling wheat pest insectsJiyuan Baiyun registers plutella xylostella granulosis virus insecticideChina’s first environmental friendly production line of pesticide builtZhejiang Forest College clones 8 genes resisting diamondback moth successfullyBayer’s registration of flubendiamide approved in AmericaShandong Yantai controlled fall webworm successfullyBiomaterials China News, with 12 to 14 topics in one issue, published by CCM on 8 th everymonth, will bring you the latest information on the market dynamics, company dynamics, newbiomaterials products, new biomaterials technology development, new legislations as well aspolicies and raw material supply dynamics, which are shaping the significant marketintelligence of the industry.About CCMCCM is dedicated to market research in China, Asia-Pacific Rim and global market. With staffof more than 150 dedicated highly-educated professionals, CCM offers Market Data, Analysis,Reports, Newsletters, Buyer-Trader Information, Import/Export Analysis all through its newproprietary product ValoTracer.
  • 4. For more information, please visit http://www.cnchemicals.com.Guangzhou CCM Information Science & Technology Co., Ltd.17th Floor, Huihua Commercial & Trade Mansion, No.80 Xianlie Zhong Road, Guangzhou510070, ChinaTel: 86-20-37616606Email: econtact@cnchemicals.com

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