Monsanto to waive some GMO soy royalties in Paraguay-farmers

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Monsanto Co has agreed to waive the collection of royalties for the use of technology for RoundUp Ready soybeans in Paraguay starting next year, the South American country’s main farm groups said on Wednesday.

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