Syngenta to invest in plant science

Ovrebekk, Hilde
April 2006
Chemical Market Reporter;4/17/2006, Vol. 269 Issue 15, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports that Sygenta company will have a hundred million worth of investment in a new venture fund on plant science. This will invest in growth companies and technology start-ups. According to David Jones, the company head of business development that the investment scope of the fund is crop biotechnology, crop protection and others.


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