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UPDATE 2-Monsanto increases job cuts as corn, chemical sales slump   - 1/6/2016
Monsanto's Roundup weedkiller atomizers are displayed for sale at a garden shop at Bonneuil-Sur-Marne near Paris, France, June 16, 2015. Reuters/Charles Platiau Monsanto Co, the world's largest seed
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Monsantos profit falls on lower seed prices, strong dollar   - 1/6/2016
Jan 6 Monsanto Co, the world's largest seed company, reported a quarterly loss, compared with a profit a year earlier, hurt by lower corn prices and a strong dollar. Net loss attributable to the company
  
    




Kenyan Authority Recommends Lifting of Ban on GM Corn Imports   - 1/6/2016
Kenya’s National Biosafety Authority recommended the government lift a ban on imports of genetically modified organisms as the body prepares to decide on applications by companies including Monsanto Co.
  
    



Monsanto Swings to 1Q Loss Amid Lower Seed Sales   - 1/6/2016
Monsanto on Wednesday said it swung to a $253-million loss in the first fiscal quarter, amid foreign currency pressures and falling sales of its biotech-enhanced corn seeds. On a per-share basis, the
  
    



Monsanto Posts Smaller-Than-Expected Loss on Soybean Gains   - 1/6/2016
Monsanto Co., the world’s largest seed company, reported a smaller-than-expected loss for its fiscal first quarter as more farmers in Latin American bought its newest genetically modified soybean seeds.
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Monsanto Posts Smaller-Than-Expected Loss as Soybean Sales Rise   - 1/6/2016
(Bloomberg) -- Monsanto Co., the world’s largest seed company, reported a smaller-than-expected loss for its fiscal first quarter as soybean sales in Latin America rose. The loss of 11 cents a share
  
    


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Monsanto's profit falls on lower seed prices, strong dollar   - 1/6/2016
Jan 6 Monsanto Co, the world's largest seed company, reported a quarterly loss, compared with a profit a year earlier, hurt by lower corn prices and a strong dollar. Net loss attributable to the company
  
    



Chinese farmers are illegally growing GMO corn - Greenpeace   - 1/6/2016
By Dominique Patton BEIJING Jan 6 (Reuters) - Farmers are illegally growing genetically modified corn in China's northeast, said environmental non-profit Greenpeace on Wednesday, in a report
  
    



Chinese farmers are illegally growing GMO corn - Greenpeace   - 1/6/2016
Jan 6 Farmers are illegally growing genetically modified corn in China's northeast, said environmental non-profit Greenpeace on Wednesday, in a report that may generate further distrust of the government's
  
    


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GMO 'frankenfish' salmon gets FDA approval. Now what?   - 1/5/2016
The genetically modified salmon grows about twice as quickly as normal salmon. Could it be on American dinner tables soon? This undated 2010 handout photo provided by AquaBounty Technologies shows two
  
    



Around the country, organic farmers are pushing for ‘GE-free’ zones   - 1/4/2016
Jackson County, Oregon, has just joined the small but growing ranks of “GE-free zones” in the U.S.,  which prohibit the cultivation of genetically engineered (GE) crops. It’s at least the eighth county
  
    



Monsanto eliminating 1,000 more jobs to cut costs   - 1/6/2016
The additional layoffs will bring the agriculture giant's total planned cuts to 3,600 jobs over the next two years, or about 16 percent of its global workforce. In October the company first announced
  
    


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Monsanto Cuts 1,000 More Jobs to Reduce Costs   - 1/6/2016
Washington : Monsanto said on Wednesday that it will eliminate another 1,000 jobs as it expands a cost-cutting plan designed to deal with falling sales of biotech-corn seeds and other financial headwinds.
  
    



Monsanto to cut more jobs as it reports quarterly loss   - 1/6/2016
(MENAFN - AFP) Monsanto said Wednesday it would cut an additional 1,000 jobs as it reported a quarterly loss due to weak demand for agricultural products and the drag from the strong dollar. The US agricultural
  
    



Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor-? coactivator-1a (PGC-1a) mediates neuroprotection   - 1/6/2016
Abstract Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor gamma coactivator-1a (PGC-1a) is a transcriptional coactivator involved in the regulation of mitochondrial biogenesis and cell defense. The functions
  
    



450-gm cotton removed from 3-yr-old's stomac...   - 1/6/2016
Three-yr-old suffered from an unusual psychiatric condition that made him consume these things; he's recuperating after 5-hr surgery at Civil. A 3-year-old boy who had a rare disease was successfully
  
    



Chinese farmers illegally growing genetically-modified corn, says Greenpeace   - 1/6/2016
Farmers are illegally growing genetically modified corn in China’s northeast, said the environmental group Greenpeace on Wednesday, in a report that may generate further distrust of the government’s ability
  
    



Research on Gene Mobility and Gene Flow Between Genetically Modified Mon 15985 Cotton   - 1/5/2016
Abstract The possibilities of gene mobility and gene flow between Pleurotus ostreatus and its culture medium transgenic cotton were determined. The results showed that P. ostreatus cultivated in the
  
    



GM crop should be properly regulated: Nobel laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan   - 1/5/2016
Chandigarh: Nobel laureate Venkatraman Ramakrishnan on Monday said the genetically modified (GM) technology held great potential and benefits for the society. Ramakrishnan or Venky, as he is popularly
  
    



Low methane rice research wins accolades but could take decades for regulatory approval   - 1/5/2016
A new genetically modified rice plant that produces virtually no greenhouse gas while it grows, has been recognised as one of the top scientific projects for 2015 . In warm, waterlogged soil of the
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FDA denies petition for GMO labeling   - 1/4/2016
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently took two actions regarding the hotly contested issue of labeling of foods and ingredients containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs). 1. On
  
    



Agricultural giant Monsanto to cut another 1,000 jobs   - 1/6/2016
WASHINGTON — Monsanto said Wednesday it will eliminate another 1,000 jobs as it expands a cost-cutting plan designed to deal with falling sales of biotech-corn seeds and other financial headwinds. The
  
    



KENYA: Nation close to adopting GMO cotton   - 1/6/2016
Kenya is in the final stage of adopting a genetically modified cotton seed, engineered to produce an insecticide to ward off butterflies and moths, if an application to secure a license is approved. READ
  
    



Monsanto eliminates 1,000 more...   - 1/6/2016
WASHINGTON — Monsanto said Wednesday it will eliminate another 1,000 jobs as it expands a cost-cutting plan designed to deal with falling sales of biotech-corn seeds and other financial headwinds.
  
    



Monsanto to cut more jobs as it reports quarterly loss (AFP)   - 1/6/2016
Monsanto to cut more jobs as it reports quarterly loss New York (AFP) - Monsanto said Wednesday it would cut an additional 1,000 jobs as it reported a quarterly loss due to weak demand for agricultural
  
    
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