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Monsanto Co.

Headquarters : 800 N. Lindbergh Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63167 United States of America United States of America web www.monsanto.com tel. 314-694-1000 stock : MON analytics

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Labor 1 Jobs -23% /1998 Pollution 23 Fraud 2 Offshore 4 Sales 11 Bn $.€ /year Profit 2 Bn $.€ /1998 Wage 4496 *min. Influence 14 Infocom 10
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year
business
source
2008Monsanto deposited 11000 patents on living organisms, primarily on plants.Plan?te TV
2007Syngenta, Bayer, Monsanto, BASF, Dow and DuPont together sell 85 percent of the annual pesticide bought in the world, a market valued 30 billion US dollars.IPS
2006Monsanto Co. is the world's biggest developer of genetically modified seeds.Bloomberg
2006Monsanto markets 9 varieties of genetically modified corn, 7 of cotton, 1 of soya, 1 of alfalfa and 1 of colza to make them resistant to its pesticide. Monsanto also sells a variety of colza and one of soya with lower linoleic acid content.Les Echos
2005Monsanto is the world leader of the vegetable seeds.Les Echos
country
address & contact : production type
incentive source
Argentina Argentina
Maipu 1210, Buenos Aires, 1006 :
 
Australia Australia
59 Lisbon St., Fairfield, New South Wales : pharmacie
 
Australia Australia
Po Box 6051, St Kilda Rd Central, Melbourne : pesticides
 
Belgium Belgium
Haven 627, Sheldelaan 460, 2040 Antwerp : pesticides
 
Brazil Brazil
Alellyx : Production,
 Les Echos
Brazil Brazil
CanaVialis : Production,
 Les Echos
Brazil Brazil
Aly Participacaos : Production,
 Les Echos
Brazil Brazil
Agroeste Sementes : Production,
 
Brazil Brazil
Rua Independencia, 706, 01524 Cambuci : pharmacie
 
Canada Canada
Morden, Manitoba : pesticides
 
South Korea South Korea
Hoengsung PO Box 1 Kangwon-Do : pharmacie
 
Scotland Scotland
Plant Breeding International Cambridge :
 
Scotland Scotland
Ladyburn Works, Ayrshire : edulcorants
 
France France
Puteaux, 92 :
 
France France
Beaumont de Lomagne, 82 :
 
France France
Toury, 28 : semences
 
France France
Peyrehorade, 40 : semences
 
France France
2, av. Duguesclin, Evreux, 27 : pharmacie
 
France France
Bron, 69 :
 
Hong-Kong Hong-Kong
City Plaza 3, 14 Taikoo Wan Road :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
United States Virgin Islands United States Virgin Islands
Monsanto International Sales Company, Inc :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
India India
Bangalore : R&D, OGM
 Les Echos
India India
Ahura Centre, Andheri, Bombay :
 
Japan Japan
Po Box 47, Osaka 550-91 : pharmacie
 
Mexico Mexico
Calz de Hueso No 859 Ex- Hda de Coapa 14300 Mexico : pharmacie
 
Mexico Mexico
Parque Industrial, El Cerrillo, 5200 Lerma & 72851678 : pesticides
 
Mexico Mexico
Mead, DISTRITO FEDERAL COYOACAN DE TLALPAN 2996 SANTA URSULA COAPA & 5 7239700 :
 Sistema de Informacion de la Industria Maquiladora
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
Luis Munoz Marin Intersection, Caguas :
 
Puerto Rico Puerto Rico
Carr No 189 KM2.0 Esquina Luiz Munoz Marin, Caguas : pharmacie
 
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Walton Rd, Morpeth, Northumberland NE61 3YA : pharmacie
 
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Ruabon, Wales :
 
Singapore Singapore
151 Lorong Chuan, New Tech Park :
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s)
Switzerland Switzerland
:
Offshore finance, secret bank account, tax haven, shell companies or free zone(s) Centro Nuovo Modello di Sviluppo
Venezuela Venezuela
Apartado 75.737, Caracas 1070 : pharmacie
 

  • Human impact

year name
photo position; compensation
source
2003Poste, George H
See the photo of: Poste, George H Director;
2002Crews, Terrell
See the photo of: Crews, Terrell Chief Financial Officer;
2002Grant, Hugh
See the photo of: Grant, Hugh Chief Executive Officer; salary: 3,39 million US$;
2002Long, Sharon
See the photo of: Long, Sharon Director;
2002Stevens, Robert J
See the photo of: Stevens, Robert J Director;
2001Atlee, Frank
See the photo of: Atlee, Frank Chairman of the Board;
2001Verfaillie, Hendrik A
See the photo of: Verfaillie, Hendrik A Chief Executive Officer;
CNN
2000McMillan, Steven
See the photo of: McMillan, Steven Chairman of the Board;
2000Parfet, William U
See the photo of: Parfet, William U Director;
1999King, Gwendolyn S
See the photo of: King, Gwendolyn S Director;
1999Leder, Philip
See the photo of: Leder, Philip Director;
1999Peters, Jacobus FM
See the photo of: Peters, Jacobus FM Director;
1999Reed, John S
See the photo of: Reed, John S Director;
1999Robson, John E
See the photo of: Robson, John E Director;
1999Ruckelhaus, William D
See the photo of: Ruckelhaus, William D Director;
1999Shapiro, Robert
See the photo of: Shapiro, Robert Chief Executive Officer; salary: 51,8 million US$;
1999Verfaillie, Hendrik A
See the photo of: Verfaillie, Hendrik A Director;
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
2009
-900
Internal restructuring: Monsanto doubles thejob cuts planned in 2008.:
Les Echos
2009
-900
Internal restructuring:
Les Echos
2007
ILO violation 138 : Monsanto's subcontractors for the cotton harvest in the States of Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, employ hundreds of thousands of teenagers of less than 18 years old and children of less than 14 years old.: India
Business Standard
2006
17500
Les Echos
2004
12600
2003
13200
2003
-32
Reuters
2003
-83
AFP
2002
-140
Boston Globe
2002
14600
-700
CNN
1999
29800
-1700
1998
-2500
Le Monde Diplomatique
1998
31800
1995
Violations du code du travail: amende de 2220 $US: United States of America
Corporate Crime Reporter
year
employees
<>
social impact : country
source
 14 informations, access to subscribers
year
country : consequences
source
2007Brazil : The marketing of the transgenic variety of cotton Bollgard Evento 531 resistant to insects was approved by Brazil's national technical Commission of biosecurity.AFP
2007Brazil : The marketing of the transgenic variety of corn Guardian resistant to insects was approved by Brazil's national technical Commission of biosecurity.AFP
2007 : Monsanto markets 9 varieties of genetically modified corn, 7 of cotton, 1 of soya, 1 of alfalfa and 1 of colza to make them resistant to its pesticide. Monsanto also sells a variety of colza and one of soya with lower linoleic acid content.Les Echos
2007United States of America : Monsanto genetically modified a potato variety, the Burbank, so that every of its cells produces the Bt pesticide. These GM potatoes are not labeled as such and can be marketed in many countries.Book
2007 : Monsanto paid contractors to dump thousands of tonnes of highly toxic waste in British landfill sites knowing that the chemicals would contaminate wildlife and people. Thirty years later, the chemicals are found to be polluting underground water supplies and the atmosphere around the Brofiscin quarry near Cardiff in South Wales. According to the agency it will cost up to ?100 million to clean up the site that has been called ?one of the most contaminated? in the UK. 67 chemicals including Agent Orange derivatives and Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB) are leaking from the unlined porous quarry that was not authorised to take chemical wastes. Information gleaned from previously unseen internal company documents and court papers filed in the US show that Monsanto knew from 1965 onwards that the deadly PCBs manufactured in the US and in Newport under the trade name Aroclor were accumulating in human milk, rivers, fish and seafood, wildlife and plants, but they continued to manufacture them and dispose of the waste in South Wales until 1977.The Guardian
2006France Documentary
2006Documentary
2006 : Manufacture and sells products contributing to the erosion and the impoverishment of the agricultural soils.Book
2006Mexico : Monsanto sowed cotton genetically modified without authorization in the State de Sonora, in the North-West of Mexico, announced Wednesday the Mexican ministry of the Environment. The Department of environmental protection will sanction Monsanto.AFP
2005Brazil : Le dirigeant du Mouvement des sans terre (MST), Joao Pedro Stedile, a accus? lundi la multinationale am?ricaine Monsanto de diss?miner du ma?s transg?nique amen? en contrebande d'Argentine dans le sud du Br?sil. "Monsanto reprend la m?me tactique qu'avec le soja et inonde maintenant l'Etat du Rio Grande do Sul (extr?me sud du Br?sil) avec des semences de ma?s transg?nique", a dit Stedile lors d'une conf?rence de presse ? Rio.AFP
2005United States of America brand: Monsanto : Monsanto makes about $400 million in royalties payments off its Bt traits annually in the US.Novis
2005 : Selon le journal The Independant, un rapport interne de Monsanto fait ?tat de grave anomalies d?velopp?es par des rats nourris en laboratoires avec le ma?s g?n?tiquement modifi? MON 863, comme des malformations r?nales ou des modifications sanguines. Ce ma?s attend son homologation pour sa commercialisation en Europe.AFP
2005Brazil brand: Bollgard Evento 231 : Lance la culture du coton transg?nique au Br?sil, une vari?t? r?sistant aux insectesLes Echos
2004Vietnam : Des associations vietnamiennes r?clament un d?dommagement pour les victimes de l'agent orange ?pandu entre 1961 et 1971 par les Etats-Unis, provoquant des cancers et des malformations g?n?tiques
2004France : Pesticide
2003United States of America AFP
2002Argentina : Production, purchase or sale of genetically modified organisms which may cause an irreversible genetic pollution, a destruction of the biodiversity and health risks for the consumers.Swissinfos
2002United States of America : Production, purchase or sale of genetically modified organisms which may cause an irreversible genetic pollution, a destruction of the biodiversity and health risks for the consumers.Les Echos
1999 : Production, purchase or sale of genetically modified organisms which may cause an irreversible genetic pollution, a destruction of the biodiversity and health risks for the consumers.The Independent
1998 : Canc?rig?ne (cancer du sein et de la prostate)The Ecologist
1971Vietnam : Monsanto manufactured the orange agent employed by the American army during the Vi?t-nam war. From January 1962 to 1971, "An estimated 80 million liters of defoliants were poured on 3,3 million hectares of forests and grounds [ Vietnameses ]. More than 3 000 villages were contaminated and 60 % of the defoliants used were orange agent, representing the equivalent of four hundred kilos of pure dioxane. However, according to a study of the university of Columbia (New York) published in 2003, the dissolution of 80 grams dioxane in a drinkable water supply network could eliminate a town of 8 million inhabitants "Bakchich
 United States of America : For 30 years, Monsanto routinely discharged toxic waste into a west Anniston creek and dumped millions of pounds of PCBs into oozing open-pit landfills. Following a suit by 20 000 inhabitants of Anniston in 2001, Monsanto is found guilty of having polluted "the territory of Anniston and the blood of its population with the PCB". And condemned to pay 700 million dollars of damages.Washington Post
  : Production, purchase or sale of genetically modified organisms which may cause an irreversible genetic pollution, a destruction of the biodiversity and health risks for the consumers.The Guardian

  • Subsidy

yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincome buybacksource
2008   11,372,02   billion US$
2007   8,560,99   billion US$
2006   7,340,69   billion US$Les Echos
2005   0,8billion US$
2005 Received subpoena by the Illinois Attorney General on its pricing and licensing of its GM seeds.     AP
2004 Accusation of price-fixing: GM seeds     The Guardian
2003   3,37-0,02   billion US$
2002   4,67-1,69   billion US$
2001   5,460,3   billion US$
2000   5,490,15   billion US$
1999   5,250,15   billion US$
1998   4,45-0,12   billion US$
yearfinancial misdemeanorsalesincomeassetsbuybacksource
 12 informations, access to subscribers
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
2004Favorable treatment by foreign officials : Illegal payment and the false certification of the bribe as "consultant fees" in the company's books and records, charged with 1,5 million dollars : amount: 50 thousand US$ : A senior Indonesian Ministry of Environment official translateCorporate Crime Reporter
2001Access to foreign market (through MAI, WTO, GATS), prevent binding environmental regulations : USCIB (US Council For International Business) : : US Government translateUSCIB
2000Investment protection and market access (to Mexico and Canada through NAFTA), to Latin America (through FTAA). : Business Roundtable : : US government, senate, congress translateCenter for Responsive Politics
2000Prevent binding regulation, co- or self-regulation instead. : American Chamber of Commerce's EU Committee : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
2000Prevent binding environmental regulations (environmental protection through economic growth, self-regulation and free trade) : WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development) : : United Nations translateCorporate Europe Observatory
2000lift the ban on bovine growth hormon : FEDESA : : European Commission translateFedesa
1999Protection of Intellectual Property -TRIPS Agreement : Intellectual Property Committee : : WTO translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Deregulation and "maximum liberalization" through WTO, GATS : TABD (Transatlantic Business Dialogue) : : US Government / European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Market admission for genetically modified organisms : EuropaBio : : European Commission translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1999Market access and investment protection (through WTO, GATS), avoid social and environmental rules : ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) : : WTO, GATS translateCorporate Europe Observatory
1998Regulation favorable to company's interests : Contribution to Candidate's Political Action Committee : amount: 72 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1997Legislation favorable to company's interests : Direct donation : amount: 4000 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
1997Legislation favorable to company's interests : Direct donation : amount: 151 thousand US$ : US President, Congress, Senate translateCenter for Responsive Politics
? More influence from Monsanto Co.
? Influence in 2007
year
purpose : intermediary/lobby : institution
source
 13 informations, access to subscribers
? More influence from Monsanto Co.
? Influence in 2007
year
dubious practice : image
source
2008Disinformation: Monsanto creates and sponsors the American Farmers for the Advancement and Conservation of Technology PR organization to have some American States forbid the labeling "free from synthetic hormon" on ice-creams. The synthetic hormon is the recombinant bovine somatotropin, or rBST, also known as recombinant bovine growth hormone, or rBGH, manufactured by Monsanto.: AP
2007Disinformation: Monsanto prosecuted 9000 farmers in the world, showing them d' to have planted seeds genetically modified without to have paid royalties. The majority of the farmers agreed to pay a fine with Monsanto to avoid the lawsuit and s' to engage to keep the terms of l' agreement confidential.: Plan?te TV
2007Deceptive advertising: Monsanto is judged guilty of deceptive advertising in France. Monsanto has claimed that its major pesticide Roundup was biodegradable and harmless to the environment.: UFC Que Choisir
2005Disinformation: Sponsor of the Business for Social Responsibility's 2005 conference.: PR Watch
2004Arguable partnership: Don pour les victimes du tsunami: 1200000 de dollars: value: Humanitaire;
2003Arguable partnership: USAid: CorpWatch
2003Disinformation: Bartle Bogle Hegarty: public relations: BCourrier International
2003slogan: Imagine;
2002slogan: Food Health Hope;
2001Disinformation: PR campaign with Bivings Group: public relations: B
1997Arguable partnership: American Dietetician Association: Courrier International
1997Arguable partnership: American Medical Association: Courrier International
1996slogan: Canderel, for people who love their bodies.;
1990slogan: Lasso insecticide. Controls the worst offenders.;


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