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Belgian agrochemical company Globachem (Sint-Truiden) has acquired the research and development capabilities of UK company Redag Crop Protection (Alderley Park, Cheshire).
Japanese companies Mitsui & Co and Ishihara Sangyo Kaisha (ISK) have acquired stakes in the Brazilian agrochemical company, Ourofino Agrociencias (Ribeirão Preto).
The US Trump administration will not seek additional changes to the $66 billion merger of Bayer and Monsanto, calling the deal a "victory for American farmers and consumers".
ChemChina subsidiary Syngenta has appointed the president of Sinochem Agriculture, Qin Hengde, to “oversee” Syngenta China.
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French co-operative group InVivo’s biologicals business, Bioline, and Spanish biocontrols company Biocolor have launched a joint venture, Bioline Iberia.
UPL has received all regulatory approvals needed to complete the acquisition of Platform Specialty Products’ agrochemical business, Arysta LifeScience.
Portuguese ag company Sapec Agro Business’ nutrients supplier Tradecorp has acquired Brazilian biologicals business, Microquimica.
The US agrochemical company, Gowan (Yuma, Arizona), has acquired the Colombian bioproducts company, EcoFlora Agro (Rionegro), and created a new biologicals business unit to be built around the EcoFlora brand.
US agrochemical company American Vanguard (Newport Beach, California) has acquired Brazilian crop protection and ag inputs companies, Agrovant and Defensive (both Jaboticabal).
ChemChina subsidiary Adama has entered a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to acquire “key parts” of Chinese chemical company Jiangsu Huifeng Bio Agriculture’s crop protection business.
UPL and three other bidders have reportedly placed independent bids to acquire a controlling 57.7% stake in Indian chemical and agrochemical company Gharda Chemicals.
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