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June 17, 2014
05:31 EDTBUD, SYTAB InBev, Syngenta enter malting barley collaboration
Syngenta (SYT) and Anheuser-Busch InBev (BUD) announced a partnership to secure the sourcing of high-quality malting barley, the key raw material for the beer industry. Under the agreement, growers will have access to the best Syngenta malting barley varieties and a tailored growing approach, which includes training and advice on agronomy and sustainable farming practices. By following the protocol, growers will achieve superior yields when compared with current market standards, enabling them to supply AB InBev with consistently high-quality grain to meet the exacting standards for beer production. The first phase of the partnership will take place in Argentina. It will involve 160 growers and cover 14,000 hectares. The joint offer could be scalable to other markets where there would be opportunities to increase value for growers.
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June 24, 2015
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10:16 EDTSYTMonsanto CEO says 'probably haven't been around first lap' with Syngenta
Monsanto (MON) CEO says the company is "keeping its powder dry" while it strives to strike a deal with Syngenta (SYT), but would revert to its prior capital commitments and possibly seek other opportunities if one cannot be reached.
09:46 EDTSYTMonsanto CEO says interest in Syngenta seeds unit 'extraordinary'
09:41 EDTSYTMonsanto CEO says Syngenta overstates risks of deal
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08:09 EDTSYTMonsanto: Proposal to combine with Syngenta 'logical next step' for business
June 23, 2015
16:29 EDTSYTOn The Fly: Top stock stories for Tuesday
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13:56 EDTSYTSyngenta chairman says Monsanto offer insufficient, Finanz und Wirtschaft says
Syngenta (SYT) chairman Michel Demare confirmed his company's rejection of Monsanto's (MON) offer as the current terms are "unacceptable," Demare said in an interview with Finanz und Wirtschaft, and added that while the current offer is "insufficient," there is a willingness to negotiate. Reference Link
10:31 EDTSYTMonsanto says Bayer crop chemicals unit an option, Bloomberg reports
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06:42 EDTSYTMonsanto CEO: company not deterred by Syngenta rejections, WSJ reports
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05:28 EDTSYTSyngenta chairman reaffirms position regarding Monsanto proposal
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