Issue Date: March 16, 2009
Monsanto has applied for U.S. and Canadian regulatory approval of a genetically modified, drought-tolerant corn developed with partner BASF. The companies claim the corn enhances yield by 6–10% in drought-prone areas.
Lanxess will build a facility in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, to make polymer additives and rubber release agents. It is set to open in mid-2010. The firm also says it is close to finalizing a research agreement with the . . .
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