Monsanto seed may install in Cordoba, Argentina
May. 3, 2013
Monsanto, the world's largest seed company, got the approval of the court of the High Court of Cordoba to continue with its plan to build in the town Malvinas Argentinas.
There to follow the current ordinance channel will build a dry corn seed, with an investment of 1,500 million pesos.
Finally, provincial justice in a third instance ruling, overturned an injunction issued last February that he had ordered a halt to the civil works.
In its decision, the Court confirmed that the company has a permit "restrictive" circumscribed "the implementation of the first phase of the project, and that is not including the start-up or operation or operational phase", for which it must comply with environmental standards.
With this decision was thus void the decision of the Board 2a of the Labour Chamber of Cordoba, which had ordered the suspension of the effects of the ordinance which gave the company permission to work for the first stage of the project.
With this result, Monsanto, a leading corn seed sales in Argentina, achieved two adverse rulings reverse and go ahead with the construction of the plant, rejected by the residents.
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