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Syngenta benefits from integration, invests in seeds plant in Brazil

6:52 AM MST | February 6, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz in Basel

Syngenta, the world's largest producer of agricultural chemicals, today reported its fourth-quarter and full-year 2012 results, and said it is satisfied with the performance. Mike Mack, CEO, addressing a press briefing at the company's headquarters in Basel, Switzerland, said that Syngenta's integrated offer—combining crop protection chemicals, seeds, and in some cases other services—has been in place for the past two years and is benefiting the group.   Fourth-quarter group sales were up 12%, to $3.24 billion, including a 13% rise in crop...

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