Syngenta, the world’s biggest agrochemicals company, sees plenty of growth ahead aided by a strong pipeline of new products without having to merge with seeds giant Monsanto. The Swiss group has rejected a US$45bn (£28bn) takeover offer from its US rival, saying the price is too low and the deal too risky as it would struggle to clear anti-monopoly regulators. See also: Monsanto offers name change to secure Syngenta takeover James Barkhouse, head of Syngenta’s north Europe region, says the group’s […]