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Why Monsanto Has Not Withdrawn Roundup From the Market?

Though it is a well-known fact that Roundup leads to cancer, Monsanto, now acquired by Bayer AG has not withdrawn the product in order to protect its sales and profits.

answered by Michael Bartlett

Monsanto had a key aim of preventing a huge loss of several billion dollars

To answer why Monsanto has not withdrawn Roundup from the market is quite straightforward. The agrochemical giant has been dealing with all the health and environmental issues by spending millions of dollars on the defense of their product. With the kind of investment put in billions of dollars to build new labs, hire scientists for research and development of the chemical, the company has chosen to defend its product rather than withdraw these from the markets.

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