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Thu, Dec 7 2017

Syngenta may start local production of crop protection in Russia

MOSCOW, Dec 7 Switzerland's Syngenta is considering setting up local production facilities of crop protection products in Russia rather than relying on importing its products, the head of its Russian office said on Thursday.

China's COFCO sells Latam seeds business to Syngenta

BEIJING/PARIS Chinese grains trader COFCO International has agreed to sell its crop seeds business to Swiss-based Syngenta AG as it overhauls its activities following a series of major overseas acquisitions.

UPDATE 1-China's COFCO sells Latam seeds business to Syngenta

* Latest step in shakeup after Nidera, Noble Agri acquisitions

China's Cofco International sells Nidera seeds business to Syngenta

BEIJING, Nov 6 Chinese grains trader COFCO International has agreed to sell the seeds business of Dutch subsidiary Nidera BV to Chinese-owned global crop chemicals firm Syngenta AG, the companies said on Monday.

BRIEF-Syngenta says to acquire Nidera Seeds


BRIEF-Nufarm Ltd to acquire European product portfolio from Adama and Syngenta

* Agrees to acquire European product portfolio from Adama Agricultural Solutions​ and Syngenta AG for cash consideration of US$490 million

Vilmorin sees GMO maize opening in China in wake of Syngenta

PARIS, Oct 19 Vilmorin expects China to end a ban on growing genetically modified crops after ChemChina's takeover of Syngenta, potentially benefiting Vilmorin due to a maize licensing deal it has with Syngenta.

Fitch says Syngenta risks rating downgrade due to corn lawsuits

CHICAGO, Oct 11 Fitch Ratings on Wednesday became the second major ratings agency to put Syngenta AG on notice for a potential downgrade, over uncertainties surrounding the Swiss-based company's genetically modified corn lawsuit liabilities.

Breakingviews - Syngenta puts Beijing’s unspoken promises to test

WASHINGTON (Reuters Breakingviews) - Chinese officials probably don’t read literary critic Harold Bloom. If they do, they are ignoring his advice to “make what is implicit ... finely explicit.” A dispute over whether the government will stand behind the potential liabilities of Syngenta , a Swiss seed maker acquired by a Chinese state firm earlier this year for about $43 billion, shows the problems that result from habitual murkiness.

Fitch: Syngenta Settlement Will Add to Deleveraging Challenge

(The following statement was released by the rating agency) LONDON, September 28 (Fitch) Syngenta's proposed legal settlement of its corn seed dispute with US farmers will make it harder for the company to achieve deleveraging in line with Fitch Ratings' expectation. Any potential impact on the rating would depend on the details of the payment and on any offsetting action taken by Syngenta or its parent, ChemChina. Syngenta's financial profile is stretched following its acquisition by ChemChina,

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