A Kansas federal judge ruled this week that lawsuits filed against Syngenta by thousands of U.S. corn farmers may proceed as a class action.
Plaintiffs allege that Syngenta prematurely and irresponsibly sold Agrisure Viptera and Duracade, causing significant losses to corn farmers across the country. The plaintiffs estimated that U.S. corn producers lost $5-7 billion in current and future revenue because China stopped importing U.S. corn when Syngenta's new genetically modified tra
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