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Monsanto holds the No. 1 position in key corn markets. The $67-billion (U.S.) seed and weedkiller company plans to boost investment and R&D, double earnings by 2019, and borrow money to buy back $10-billion in stock.
Monsanto holds the No. 1 position in key corn markets. The $67-billion (U.S.) seed and weedkiller company plans to boost investment and R&D, double earnings by 2019, and borrow money to buy back $10-billion in stock.
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Monsanto drops out of the tax inversion parade

Monsanto has wisely picked introspection over inversion. The $67-billion (U.S.) seed and weedkiller company plans to boost investment and R&D, double earnings by 2019, and borrow money to buy back $10-billion in stock. It comes just days after Reuters and others reported that the agribusiness giant had considered and dismissed a potential takeover of Swiss rival Syngenta.