Bayer cropscience will sell gujarat chemical manufacturing facility Deccan Fine Chemicals,
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Bayer to sell chemical manufacturing facility in Gujarat, India

10:13 AM, 16th September 2013
Bayer cropscience business news

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Agro-chemical firm, Bayer CropScience, has signed an agreement with Indian firm, Deccan Fine Chemicals, to sell its Gujarat-based chemical manufacturing facility for Rs 127 crore ($20 million). The sale would be subject to satisfactory fulfillment of conditions and receipt of government approvals.

In India, Bayer CropScience operates in three business segments: crop protection, bioscience and environmental science It offers wide range of products and extensive service backup for modern, sustainable agriculture as well as for non-agricultural applications.

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