A Syngenta Group staff member displays wheat at a demonstration farm in China on June 11, 2021. The company is one of the world’s biggest suppliers of seeds, pesticides and fertilisers. Photo: Reuters
A Syngenta Group staff member displays wheat at a demonstration farm in China on June 11, 2021. The company is one of the world’s biggest suppliers of seeds, pesticides and fertilisers. Photo: Reuters
IPO

Chinese-owned agricultural giant Syngenta reports slower earnings growth as it prepares for US$10 billion IPO

  • Earnings increased by 24 per cent in the third quarter, slowing from 39 per cent in the second quarter
  • The Chinachem-owned company is expected to be valued around US$50 billion in its initial public offering on Shanghai’s Star market, expected by year’s end