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BASF's Crop Protection Pipeline Value Jumps to €2.8 Billion
January 30, 2012 | Natasha Alperowicz
BASF says the value of its crop protection pipeline increased by €400 million ($525.8 million) to €2.8 billion, driven mainly by the company’s star fungicide F 500, which is expected to exceed peak sales of €1 billion. In addition, first sales of the company’s new blockbuster fungicide Xemium were registered at the end of 2011 after receiving registration in key European cereal markets in record time. Xemium is estimated to achieve peak sales of more than €200 million, the company says. BASF has also...
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