07 May 2009 14:54 [Source: ICIS news]
TORONTO (ICIS news)--Bayer CropScience plans to set up a plant technology centre in Morrisville, North Carolina, creating 130 jobs over five years, the Germany-based producer said on Thursday.
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Bayer would invest $10m (€7.5m) at Morrisville as it was working to extend its seeds and traits business in the important
Last year, 86% of land used for growing cotton in the
Bayer CropScience currently employs a staff of 2,400 in the
Overall, Bayer CropSciene planned to invest some €750m in research and development in seeds and traits from 2008 through 2012, it said.
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