Bayer chief executive calls environmental groups to discuss about Monsanto bid


Bayer Chief executive Werner Baumann added that the German firm needed to make a “very attractive offer which values Monsanto full.”

Agrochemical giant Monsanto has already rejected Bayer’s €52 billion acquisition proposal but it said that it was open to engage in more acquisition talks

Chief executive of Bayer, Werner Baumann said that he is willing to hold discussion with environmental groups to address their concerns about Bayer’s plan to acquire the US bio engineering giant Monsanto.

Baumann gave an interview with the Sunday newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung saying that “as much as I talk to our investors to convince them of the plans, the offer also stands for environmental groups and other non-governmental organisations…Let's talk about the matter and it...

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