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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is aiming to allow farmers to spray the controversial weed-killer dicamba next year, but with additional rules for its use, an official with the agency said on Tuesday. Reuben Baris, acting chief of the herbicide branch of the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Office of Pesticide Programs, said the agency had not yet determined what steps it would take to mitigate problems associated with dicamba. The EPA has been discussing with state regulators ways to prevent such crop damage.
FRANKFURT/BRUSSELS, Sept 19 (Reuters) - German chemicals group BASF has strengthened its nylon business by agreeing to buy the global polyamide business from Belgian rival Solvay for 1.6 billion euros ($1.9 billion). The acquisition complements BASF's engineering plastics portfolio and enhance its access to key growth markets in Asia and South America, BASF said on Tuesday . For Solvay, the sale is a further step in its strategy to divest its high-volume product range and focus on specific applications in aerospace, automotive and the oil and gas industry where it can achieve higher margins.
BASF SE agreed to buy a polyamides business from Solvay SA for 1.6 billion euros ($1.9 billion), adding a nylon plastics operation serving a range of industries from carmaking to construction.