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Monsanto response to “Child bondage continues in Indian cotton supply chain”

Author: Monsanto, Published on: 23 October 2007

Since 2005 when Monsanto Company purchased its cotton business in India from Emergent Genetics, we have worked with Dr. Davuluri and others to eradicate child labor in cotton seed production through our participation in the Child Care Program (CCP), an initiative of the Association of Seed Industry (ASI)...

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This is a response from the following companies: Monsanto (part of Bayer)