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Syngenta Says U.S. Extends ChemChina-Deal Antitrust Review

Syngenta AG said the U.S. has asked for more time to review its $43 billion takeover by China National Chemical Corp., adding that it doesn’t expect the protracted scrutiny to delay the companies’ goal to close the deal in the first half.

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U.K. Scientists Apply for Genetically Modified Wheat Trials

Scientists at Rothamsted Research, a U.K. agriculture research center founded in 1843, have asked for permission to carry out field trials of genetically-modified wheat. The wheat carries out photosynthesis more efficiently, which results in a higher-yielding crop, according to a statement from Rothamsted. The research group said it submitted an[…]

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