Syngenta plans major expansion in Brazilian AG sector
May. 3, 2011
The company is planning to introduce 32 new chemical and seed products in Brazil over the next few years. They already market seeds of soybeans, corn, fruits, and vegetables, and they are considering selling seeds for sunflowers, cotton, and sugarcane. The company has been researching new sugarcane varieties in Brazil since 2008.
The company also plans to invest US$ 100 million in the construction of three new production facilities until 2013.
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