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Tue, Jan 17 2017

Syngenta sees no sale of ChemChina's Adama to get merger nod

DAVOS, Switzerland Syngenta , the Swiss pesticides and seeds group being taken over by ChemChina [CNNCC.UL], does not expect antitrust regulators to force the Chinese state-owned company to put its subsidiary Adama up for sale, Syngenta's CEO said on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Syngenta sees no sale of ChemChina's Adama to get merger nod

* Says move beyond transgenic approach shows promise (Adds details on future organisation, planned biotech R&D push in China)

Syngenta sees no need for sale of ChemChina's Adama to get merger approved

DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 17 Syngenta, the Swiss pesticides and seeds group being taken over by state-owned ChemChina, does not expect antitrust regulators to force the Chinese merger partner to put its crop chemicals subsidiary Adama up for sale, Syngenta's chief executive said on Tuesday.

Syngenta CEO expects regulatory approval for ChemChina deal soon: CNBC

ZURICH Syngenta Chief Executive Erik Fyrwald expects regulatory approval soon for ChemChina's proposed $43 billion takeover of the Swiss pesticides and seeds group, he said on Monday.

Syngenta CEO expects regulatory approval for ChemChina deal soon -CNBC

ZURICH, Jan 16 Syngenta Chief Executive Erik Fyrwald expects regulatory approval soon for ChemChina's proposed $43 billion takeover of the Swiss pesticides and seeds group, he said on Monday.

China's Sinochem chief dismisses ChemChina merger reports as "rumour"

HONG KONG, Jan 16 Media reports of a merger of Chinese state-owned chemical firms Sinochem Group and ChemChina, which is finalising a $43 billion takeover of Swiss pesticides and seed group Syngenta are just rumours, Sinochem Group Chairman Ning Gaoning said.

ChemChina, Syngenta submit minor concessions to EU watchdog: sources

BEIJING/HONG KONG China National Chemical Corp (ChemChina) [CNNCC.UL] and Swiss pesticides and seeds group Syngenta AG have proposed minor concessions to the EU's competition watchdog to address concerns over their $43 billion merger plan, sources told Reuters.

UPDATE 5-ChemChina, Syngenta submit minor concessions to EU watchdog - sources

* EU watchdog website says parties have submitted "commitments"

BRIEF-Syngenta confirms remedy proposal submitted, remains confident in deal

* Spokesman confirms remedy proposal has been submitted to eu, confident transaction will successfully be closed Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Reporting By Zurich newsroom)

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