Syngenta corn litigation advances

Syngenta corn litigation advances

A RECENT ruling by a federal judge in Kansas cleared the way for farmers, grain handlers and exporters to proceed toward trial in their suits against Syngenta claiming that the sale of the company's Agrisure Viptera and Agrisure Duracade genetically modified corn seed interrupted trade with China and harmed the market for U.S. corn.

The class action lawsuit alleged a total of 21 counts, including consumer fraud, tortious interference with business,

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