Why Monsanto Just Rejected A 62 Billion Mega-Merger Offer

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The rejection comes as no surprise. The offer -- which would be the biggest takeover ever attempted by a German company -- comes amid rapid consolidation in the agricultural chemicals industry. And generous as it seems, it falls flat compared to other landmark deals. Last December, Dow Chemical and DuPont agreed to a 130 billion merger, after which the companies are expected to split into three separate businesses, including one focused on seeds and crop sprays, according to the Financial Times. Then, in February, Swiss competitor Syngenta agreed to a 43 billion takeover by the China National Chemical Corp., or ChemChina.

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