MONSANTO Co. reported Aug. 26 that while it continues to believe that a combination with Syngenta would create tremendous value for shareowners of both companies as well as farmers, its most recent proposal of 470 Swiss francs per share in cash and stock (for a roughly $47 billion total transaction) and a $3 billion reverse breakup fee did not meet Syngenta
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