A SEPTEMBER ruling by a Kansas federal judge cleared the way for farmers, grain handlers and exporters to proceed toward a trial in their suits against Syngenta.
Their suits claim that the company's sale of its genetically modified Agrisure Viptera and Agrisure Duracade corn seed interrupted trade with China and harmed the market for U.S. corn.
However, Syngenta has now filed its own lawsuit against numerous companies, inclu
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