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Could a Monsanto-Bayer Union Be 2 Weeks from Fruition?

Following a multiple meetings about the merger, there is an advancement in the merger between Monsanto and Bayer. An agreement could be made in a soon as two weeks according to sources “familiar with the matter.” This is following Monsanto’s rejection of Bayer’s $55 million bid in July. More news on the merger can be found on CropLife’s website.

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