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Agricultural Biotech

Vying for More Ground

11:12 AM MDT | June 2, 2008 | Michelle Bryner

Strong grain demand has created a more fertile playing field for major agricultural biotechnology firms, which have spent the last decade competing for market share in this relatively young market. The race is heating up, however, as firms vie for leading positions in next-generation technologies and in emerging geographical regions. An increasing world population as well as the broader acceptance of genetically modified (GM) seeds have helped to spur ag biotech’s growth, analysts say. Also, higher demand for food crops and limited availability of arable...

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