CADE says Bayer/Monsanto merger could be anticompetitive

The enforcer is concerned about Bayer's potential control of the production chain in Brazil.

The enforcer is concerned about Bayer's potential control of the production chain in Brazil. (Credit: istock.comAsafarik)

The General Superintendence of Brazil’s Administrative Council for Economic Defence, CADE, has recommended that the competition authority challenge Bayer’s US$66 billion agrochemical merger with Monsanto, after concluding the deal could stifle competition and innovation. By Charles McConnell

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