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ECPA acts as the ambassador of the crop protection industry in Europe and represents the industry's European regional network. ECPA promotes agricultural technology in the context of sustainable development and, in doing so, seeks to build understanding of the industry’s role, contribution’s, and expand informed dialogue about our views, values and beliefs.

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Phillips McDougall Study

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1156 15th Street, NW.
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1156 15th Street, NW.
Washington, DC 20005
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On Thursday, February 25, 2010 CropLife America (CLA), the nation’s leading organization for the crop protection industry, released the results of a major study on the discovery, development and registration of new products designed to support modern agricultural production and fight pests and disease around the world. Conducted by agribusiness consultant Phillips McDougall and commissioned by CLA and the European Crop Protection Association (ECPA), the far-reaching report shows an increase of nearly 40% since 2000 in the private investment required to develop and launch these products. Leading global agrochemical companies participated in the study, providing information on the research and regulatory activity required to bring a new crop protection product to market.

 

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