John Depape, The CWB Monitor, talks to RealAgriculture.com about the potential sale of Viterra to a foreign company like Glencore. John gives his feelings on whether Viterra is a national strategic asset, whether the competition bureau has anything to say about this size of deal, and if this potential deal with Glencore makes any sense to him.
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Canadian fertilizer giants Agrium and Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan say they've reached a deal to merge their businesses to form the largest fertilizer company in the world. The new company, which would be named before the transaction is finalized, would be worth around US$36 billion, with close to 20,000 employees and operations in 18 countries,…Read more »