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  • noun Plural form of agrochemical.

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  • Methylamines are versatile chemical intermediates with a wide range of applications, such as agrochemicals, water treatment, personal care and feed additives.

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  • It develops specialty chemicals and technologies for clients in the automotive, electronics, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, consumer products and tire industries.

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  • Permira's latest fund has deployed more than $2 billion of capital in three companies: the Macau gaming and hotel business Galaxy Entertain ment, the Tokyo-based international agrochemicals business Arysta and the Hong Kong-headquartered satellite business Asia Broadcast Satellite.

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  • Earlier this month, Swiss agrochemicals giant Syngenta AG said the food-price rally that is hurting industries across the globe helped boost its first-quarter sales and allow it to raise prices for various seeds and crop-protection products.

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  • Agribusiness Syngenta, the Swiss agrochemicals giant, said revenue for the first three months of 2011 rose 13% to $4.02 billion, as the food-price rally that is hurting industries across the globe has allowed it to raise prices for various seeds and crop-protection products.

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  • ZURICH—The food-price rally that is hurting industries across the globe has helped Swiss agrochemicals giant Syngenta AG boost first-quarter sales and allow it to raise prices for various seeds and crop-protection products.

    Syngenta Sales Soar

  • Last week, the investment bank advised the promoters of Sabero Organics Gujarat Ltd. in the sale of 42.22% of outstanding shares to Coromandel International Ltd., a leading fertilizer and agrochemicals company.

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  • Other acquisitions were a motley crowd – from hospitals and carbon black to software and agrochemicals.

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  • Syngenta, which competes with companies such as U.S.-based Monsanto and Dupont Co., is one of the world's largest agrochemicals companies in terms of sales, wielding a market share of some 15%, which it wants to broaden by another 2% over the next five years.

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  • The Swiss agrochemicals giant reported a profit of $1.42 billion, up from $1.25 billion a year earlier, boosted by buoyant demand from farmers in Asia and Europe.

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