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BASF Outlines Agchem Strategy, Announces Growth Targets

11:05 AM MST | November 21, 2011 | —Natasha alperowicz in Ludwigshafen

BASF, the third-largest producer of agricultural chemicals behind Syngenta and Bayer CropScience, has outlined plans and long-term sales targets for its crop protection and plant science businesses. Speaking at media briefing, held recently in Ludwigshafen, Stefan Marcinowski, board member/agricultural solutions at BASF, said the company’s “strategic approach” deals with the complex issues that farmers face and offers product packages that improve yield and profitability, as well as ways to deal with environmental challenges. BASF’s...

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