ChemChina is selling Israeli crop protection company Adama Agricultural Solutions to a firm it controls for $2.8 billion, paving the way for completing a previously announced combination of the two businesses and listing it on the stock market.
Fall is in full swing and many sports fans probably spend the better parts of their time looking at the betting odds involving their favorite football teams, both professional and college. Of course, given recent events, those of us that follow the agricultural market are wondering virtually the same thing[…]
By Jack Payne Editor’s Note: Agri-Pulse and The Chicago Council on Global Affairs are teaming up to host a monthly column to explore how the U.S. agriculture and food sector can maintain its competitive edge and advance food security in an increasingly integrated and dynamic world. In June, I[…]