After months of negotiations, Monsanto, the U.S. maker of fertilizers and agriculture products, agreed on Wednesday to a takeover by Bayer, the German chemical conglomerate, for $56 billion. Pictured is a Bayer chemical plant in Leverkusen, Germany.
After months of negotiations, Monsanto, the U.S. maker of fertilizers and agriculture products, agreed on Wednesday to a takeover by Bayer, the German chemical conglomerate, for $56 billion. Pictured is a Bayer chemical plant in Leverkusen, Germany. File photo by Oliver Berg The Associated Press
After months of negotiations, Monsanto, the U.S. maker of fertilizers and agriculture products, agreed on Wednesday to a takeover by Bayer, the German chemical conglomerate, for $56 billion. Pictured is a Bayer chemical plant in Leverkusen, Germany. File photo by Oliver Berg The Associated Press

With $56 billion bid, Bayer secures takeover of St. Louis-based Monsanto

September 14, 2016 11:06 PM

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