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BASF says disruption unlikely to be caused by cyber attack

FRANKFURT German chemicals company BASF said it currently had no indication that a network disruption affecting logistics at its Ludwigshafen headquarters was caused by a cyber attack.

BASF says disruption unlikely to be caused by cyber attack

FRANKFURT, Aug 3 German chemicals company BASF said it currently had no indication that a network disruption affecting logistics at its Ludwigshafen headquarters was caused by a cyber attack.

UPDATE 2-EU must retaliate if hurt by US sanctions on Russia - German business group

BERLIN, July 27 Europe must be prepared to respond in kind if the United States' proposed new sanctions against Russia end up hurting its companies, an influential German industry association said on Thursday.

Turkey's Simsek says no probe of Daimler, BASF, welcomes German investment

ANKARA Press reports that Turkey is investigating Germany's Daimler and chemicals giant BASF are "completely false", Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Simsek said on Twitter on Thursday, adding that Ankara welcomed German investors.

BASF unveils new mosquito net in battle against malaria

FRANKFURT A new mosquito net made by German chemicals company BASF has been given an interim recommendation by the World Health Organization (WHO), containing a new class of insecticide that the company hopes will aid the fight against malaria.

UPDATE 1-BASF unveils new mosquito net in battle against malaria

FRANKFURT, July 13 A new mosquito net made by German chemicals company BASF has been given an interim recommendation by the World Health Organization (WHO), containing a new class of insecticide that the company hopes will aid the fight against malaria.

BASF unveils new mosquito net in battle against malaria

FRANKFURT, July 13 A new mosquito net made by German chemicals company BASF has been recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO), containing a new class of insecticide that the company hopes will aid the fight against malaria.

UPDATE 1-Bayer files for Monsanto takeover approval with EU regulators

* EU Commission sets Aug 7 as provisional deadline for decision

BASF ready to snatch seed bargains as rivals sell assets

LUDWIGSHAFEN, Germany BASF will consider buying seed assets that rivals are putting on the block to win antitrust approval for tie-ups, saying bargain prices could persuade BASF to overcome its traditional reluctance to expand into the seeds industry.

UPDATE 1-BASF ready to snatch seed bargains as rivals sell assets

* Bayer to sell LibertyLink seed brands (Adds details on BASF's thinking, previous policy, rivals)

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