Syngenta AG

Syngenta AG is a swiss agricultural technology giant. Syngenta is one of the world's leading companies with more than 28,000 employees in some 90 countries dedicated to their purpose: Bringing plant potential to life. Their products help farmers produce higher and better yields, grow crops that are more resilient in harsher climates, and conserve limited resources. Syngenta uses its expertise in plant breeding, crop protection and seed care to deliver solutions designed to bring plant potential to life. Whether they grow corn or rice, vegetables or flowers, farmers around the world trust Syngenta to help them produce healthy, premium crops and minimize the use of precious natural resources. Innovation in research and development ensures that they continue to help growers increase productivity in a sustainable way. They look at the grower’s challenges holistically, including land, technology and the community, to ensure that they provide solutions which address these challenges with the right technology, or combination of technologies, in the best possible way.
Basel, CH
Size (employees)
28,000 (est)
Syngenta AG was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Basel, CH

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Syngenta AG has an office in Basel
Basel, CH (HQ)
215 Schwarzwaldallee

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Market capitalization (22-Sep-2017)

42.5 b

Closing share price (22-Sep-2017)

Syngenta AG's current market capitalization is $42.5 b.
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Uncertain Harvest: This Pesticide Is Prohibited in Britain. Why Is It Still Being Exported?

Paraquat, one of many pesticides that can’t be used in Europe but is sold in the United States and elsewhere, has been linked to Parkinson’s disease in a growing body of research.

Uncertain Harvest: Doubts About the Promised Bounty of Genetically Modified Crops

Higher yields with less pesticides was the sales pitch for genetically modified seeds. But that has not proved to be the outcome in the United States.

Syngenta Warns of Delay in Takeover by ChemChina

Regulatory scrutiny could extend into the first quarter after requests for additional information from European officials and others.

ChemChina Is Now Said to Be Willing to Play Ball on the Syngenta Deal

After Syngenta shares tumbled on a European Commission spokesman's comment on Monday.

China’s Genetically Modified Food Dreams Face Bitter Harvest

A Chinese firm’s $43 billion effort to buy Syngenta could upend the industry, but it faces widespread fears at home over modified food.

Breakingviews: Big Bayer-Monsanto Deal Lags in Value

The price of building a seed-and-fertilizer giant with revenue of $26 billion, but a value of $12 billion, is too high.
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