Unless action is taken, the Big Six Agrochemical companies could become the Big Three.

binary options no deposit bonus december 2017 ETC Group issued a briefing note in late March warning of a potential merge- or rather a series of merges- that could happen amongst the Big Six seed companies.

http://cactus.com.au/images/cactus-cactarians-banner.jpg Indeed, late last month, media have reported that Monsanto was in separate talks with Bayer and BASF – the two German giants among agricultural input companies. The fact that other big merges are also in the air (ex.: there have been talks of DuPont merging with Dow and of Syngenta merging with Chem China), there is an increased pressure for Monsanto to do the same.

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http://www.swazilandforum.com/?n=outopzionibinarie If the marriages of DuPont-Dow and Syngenta–Chem China go through and Monsanto merges with Bayer’s Agricultural division, the three will control more than 65% of global pesticide sales and almost 61% of commercial seed sales. If Monsanto and BASF strike a deal instead, the Titanic Three will still have almost 61% of pesticides and more than 57% of seeds (see chart below).

http://onodenje.com/?strydor=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-amazon binäre optionen amazon http://bundanoonhotel.com.au/?COLLCC=3703890839 For more details, read ETC Group’s briefing note published  my review here March 23, 2016