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they are a german corporate heavyweight under pressure in 2019 it's blockbuster merger with us rival monsanto has seemingly backfired. it's facing one of the deepest crises in its 155 year history. of bowman's own fortunes christa bauman and his colleagues on the board miscalculated the risks they should have said no the deal is off the combat units are still in it at the center of the controversy the retailer roundup and its active ingredient life did monsanto conceal the health risks as lawsuits maintained monsanto's effectively made a business out of poisoning people and getting away with it. although u.s. courts have already ruled against bayer ordering it to pay more than $2000000000.00 in damages it insists life is it is safe roundup does not cause cancer.
beyers annual shareholders meeting in april $2900.00 a day of reckoning for c.e.o. and supervisory board chairman be on the bench they are stock price has fallen nearly 50 percent since its acquisition of seed and chemical giant monsanto shareholders are going ballistic. the board takes cover. in his opening speech belmont's tone is defensive because the market reaction has been exaggerated in our opinion the current stock price does not reflect the true value of our company rules but we understand the prevailing sense of uncertainty. belmont is unapologetic finding fault neither his own actions nor in those of the board as in previous years environmental activists are making noise outside bayer from eating fish but i bet it was i to them that they are is as bad as monsanto
arguably the company with the worst image in the world. thanks i said i feel as if the board absolutely made a mistake and it totally misjudged the risks that monsanto was bringing into the marriage especially in view of the lawsuits that have begun piling up often. under normal circumstances a top manager would be accused of blatant failure. says khan's class for. fun for me i'm very concerned for my family my son works in a department that beyers liquidating he has 3 daughters so also in this regard the future doesn't look good. and he said life is saved and how it's evaluated scientifically is one thing but i'm here today as a shareholder who was horrified by the plunge in the buyer's share price and i want to hear what they have to say that. i'm here to see the face of a man who was idiotic enough to buy a poison manufacturer but still made so much money in the process of.
his day of reckoning his common shareholders take the unprecedented step of backing a no confidence motion in belmont and the management board the censure has no legal consequences but it's a stinging rebuke it makes me on obama the 1st serving chief executive of a daks listen company to lose a vote of no confidence all because of monsanto. today or buy a pig in the poke with its acquisition of the company in st louis was it aware of the legal risks or did the german giant take them on board expecting profits to outweigh potential legal damages profits from genetically modified seeds engineered to be used in conjunction with monsanto's flagship product roundup. no problem. in gracie's or soon or with a shot of around 4 gripes. with.
a groundbreaking verdict in the 1st trial against monsanto alleging roundup causes cancer the jury awards $289000000.00 to do wayne johnson a former school grounds keeper from san francisco subsequently a judge will reduce the award to. 78000000 but johnson's lawyer feels vindicated. and. he was using a stronger pressure hose sprayer so he was spraying 150 gallons every morning. and so he is exposure was pretty extreme and prior to his exposure his skin was perfect he was healthy he had no other chemical exposures but within 2 years after starting this sort of massive sprang he developed this incredibly. aggressive cancer that ultimately is going to take his life. johnson suffers
from it on hodgkin's lymphoma a malignant cancer that forms in the lymphatic system he wants this case to serve as a precedent you know i'm glad to be here to be able to help with the cause is way bigger than me sole readers they will start to. get the attention that it needs to get right supposed to make a good choice. bayer has appealed this and every subsequent court ruling that's found roundup caused cancer it maintains the decisions reached by the jury failed to acknowledge scientific research that supports life to save use. by for i feel sorry for mr johnson i have tremendous sympathy for what he and his family are going through when i look at the jury verdict the decision it's it's wrong and it doesn't change the science it doesn't change those 40 years of safe use the 800 tests of the agricultural health study it doesn't change the science
obviously the science didn't resonate with the jury we want to understand why because we need we need to do a better job explaining the science of people understand the question say based products are safe. debate has been raging for years over the safety of this it. opinion is divided and the science is not settled. internal corporate communications reveal monsanto has employed deceptive tactics to try to win the debate the so-called monsanto papers were released to the public through civil trials of 2017 journalist carrie gilham examine the documents. these are discovery documents that monsanto was forced to turn over to the plaintiffs and the litigation and so far monsanto itself says that it's turned over about $10000000.00 pages of documents and this is really been eyeopening because
we've seen so much evidence of how the company has worked to hide the risks of its products. rhonda and its active ingredient life to see. if you substances have been the subject of so many clinical trials tests on animals laboratory studies and analyses but revelations and not once confidential monsanto papers called the objective of the of these studies into serious question. when monsanto says there are $800.00 studies showing that it is safe we have no idea how many of those studies might be authentic independent scientific studies we know that the scientific literature has been corrupted. monsanto's p.r. strategists work just busy in the united states from their headquarters in st louis to devise global campaigns for their top selling chemical lifeless it. unsealed internal documents show how early on monsanto exerted pressure to even get
federal approval for the use of glad to see for example from the u.s. environmental protection agency the e.p.a. . in the 190-1990 s. the e.p.a. decided to just go along with monsanto and overrule its. toxicologist but it was very controversial and in the final decision and which e.p.a. determined they would classify glyphosate as not likely to be carcinogenic some of their own scientists refused to sign off on that. so they are free legal limitations thanks to round up so it's a sure shot here as long ago as 996 ads like this one were branded misleading by the new york state attorney general. by metal concern was you know the broad advertising claims that months to was advanced in those days that somehow the roundup product was entirely safe biodegradable. you know safe for
pets and children. and you know less dangerous than table salt we knew otherwise frankly they were pretty good under federal law for making claims like that they knew the dangers of roundup but yet they were trying to sell to consumers in new york and in other states a different story. ridgeway illinois. and. while monsanto was forced to alter advertising in new york it's continued to market roundup is entirely safe and other u.s. states. across the country roundup remains a mainstay of agricultural production like here at the local farmer cooperated. in the hot summer months no one wears protective clothing and there's little concern about skin contact with the herbicide. little usually if i guess i'm ami i'm not stuck but i'm there and i go wash it off because sometimes it will
start burning or. some of it can hurt you but i don't think it would be necessarily wife threatening but. it appears most farmers are unperturbed by the debate over the safety of their weed killer over the decades monsanto and its products have made their work less labor intensive and help them succeed. higher living standards thanks to advances in the technology and chemical property farming is no longer back breaking work. and bayer holds out the promise of further improvements for example at the farm progress show in boone iowa in august 28th. billed as the world's largest open air agricultural trade fair it's the place to showcase the latest in farm technology. many here are baffled by the 1st round of trial because. it's to be expected coming out of california
where they've got a world of tree huggers of people that do not understand business and while the going to judge going to jury out there to render a catastrophic award. and how is the world a better place i'm very wary yes we need this product and we do not need over $200000000.00 lawsuits against monsanto are they are now but. i mean somebody has to pay that. this is home turf for the former bond santorum ploy that their new colleagues from bayer. damage limitation is the name of the game here. they talk of individual cases and studies that exonerate like to say. i would look at that is one case doesn't change 800 scientific studies it doesn't change 40 years or years and were
thoroughly supportive of the product but roundup does not cause cancer. but just how many of those studies were actually independent german toxicologists are among those who question the figure cited by bayer. by decent size. when it quotes this figure buyer is referring to all of the pesticide action network studies carried out in some relation to the effects of life to say. but the debate on whether or not to ban it centers on whether it's carcinogenic and that is the subject of 12 studies. the law says a pesticide must be considered carcinogenic if it's found to be such by 2 studies in the case of life is safe there are 5 independent studies that confirm a significantly higher cancer incidence in mice. so there is more than enough evidence to meet the legal criteria.
they are maintains that humans are never exposed to such high concentrations of animals and lab tests for a long time management said 3000 studies showed lifeless it was safe. that they revised that figure to $800.00 today the company only refers to $107.00 studies a cornerstone of its claims rests on the findings of the agricultural health study conducted in the u.s. it examined 45000 people who used life regularly over a period of 20 years and found no link with non hodgkin lymphoma. but since the release of the monsanto papers bayer has had to defend itself in the face of compromising evidence. in an e-mail dating from 2003 the company's leading toxicologist says. you cannot say that roundup is not a carcinogen we have not done the necessary testing on the formulation to make that statement. when monsanto's chief toxicologist says we can't
say rounded does not cause cancer because we haven't done the testing on it there's no multiple interpretations of that that is their own toxicologist saying yeah we actually haven't tested the formulated product so we can't say it doesn't cost cancer because we don't know. what does bayer make of monsanto's evaluation today but no one from management or the supervisory board is willing to grant us an interview they sent us a man with the title of president of agricultural affairs who tells us that to date he's had nothing to do with the monsanto merger. distributed it should mean we based our evaluation on the documentation we received and on licensing documentation from around the world the ingredient has been licensed internationally for 40 years it has its merits and advantages and we didn't see a problem has to do with hunter and it will be missing. but monsanto evidently did in 2014 its leading toxicologist raised another red flag. what we have long
been concerned about has happened. to say it is on for an eye arc review. why concerned the international agency for research on cancer is totally independent its verdict carries weight. i arc is part of the world health organization which in turn is a specialized agency of the united nations australian professor lynne fritchey was on the panel of experts who study glyphosate ever since she's been targeted with harsh criticism from the agricultural industry. people can trust iraqis is a institution that has been doing this for a long time there are transparent procedures as to what. the groups need to do the groups are the best people in the world in this area they have no conflicts of interest and they look at their literature that available publicly that spirit
viewed that quality and come up with a decision i are classified life or so it was probably carcinogenic to humans and yet life was it has remained on the market. lynne fritchey says monsanto's response to the findings was highly derogatory you know why that seems to imply that we did this on purpose that we were out to get one life cycle monsanto and that's not the case we were there to follow my x. procedures to do you do a fair assessment of what the scientific evidence was and that's what we did and so it's not it's not right to say that we've this much something we looked at the evidence and we came up with a conclusion that we thought fit the evidence based. shortly after iraq's classification of life or states license was up for renewal at the us environmental protection agency. just before its experts
convened one outspoken critic was excluded from the review. i mean i was shocked in november you know but the week or so after the presidential election i was informed you know i was being removed from the opinion of. the agro chemical industries may. one lobby group claimed he was biased and i agree with the international agency for research on cancers review that concluded that there was evidence some evidence that clovis a was so seeded with non hudgins lymphoma in the people exposed to life a say. without their formal panel consultant peter infante the e.p.a. renewed life a state's license despite negative classification which bayer continues to dispute . there's going to be a mischaracterization of remarkable tool that needs to stay in farm hands it was
going to be dispersed in a fashion that was inappropriate and we're preparing to make sure the public understand understands the safety of life for straight i think they're extremely valid reasons do that. yeah i. do. with their marriage to monsanto managers at bayers headquarters and leave a commission didn't just acquire roundup and it's estimated annual sales of some 3500000000 euros they also adopted monsanto's defense of the main ingredient. of using and not before we remain convinced that glyphosate is a safe product based on all this information the board of management consider the liability risk in connection with life to fail to be low at the same time we're also aware of the tremendous importance of life estate for the global food supply. bayer has battled fierce criticism from environmentalists but steel with monsanto
has also been denounced in german boardrooms like here in frankfurt at the asset management group of us its main shareholder is deutsche bank. yes i'm susie an award they wanted it too badly and if you invest a lot of time on something if this deal was more than 2 years in the making then there's often a tendency to say we've spent so much time and money so even if it's all not perfect now we have to go ahead with it as source and. christiane speaks for many bayer shareholders. money out of this in the other the shareholders weren't given enough information yet and above all they weren't consulted on whether they approved of such a change to the company that runs from. this after all shifted the company focus from pharmaceuticals to agro chemicals and the shareholders should have had
a say in that transformation it's by no means clear whether that was legal or not. you financial man mr obama on thought he could transplant buyers good reputation over to monsanto by covering up its name with buyers but it wasn't that easy and now unfortunately monsanto has arrived in europe and germany. they are stock price and image have been weighed down by the negative media coverage in the us but its head office insists that it's not clouding business. of us all suppose look we can all read about what's happening out there but i can tell you that in the house we know business is doing very well the 1st quarter of 21000 went very well naturally the stock price isn't cause for celebration and that is primarily driven by the uncertainties arising from the legal disputes we're facing in the us. and d.v.r. in was of course we were aware that there was a problem with monsanto reputation and image we knew them well as our competitor
but we also felt that we could handle that via to justice and you can. bayer believed that buying monsanto would boost its balance sheets the creating synergies and saving costs would generate higher profits but nobody knows how much us legal costs and potential compensation payments will dent those profits there appears to be little appetite among bayer employees to voice open criticism a former top tier employee does consent to speak anonymously. i'm afraid they haven't measured the pulse of workers inside the company and that employees are afraid of speaking their minds instead they keep telling each other that the science is on our side we are right and we need to grit our teeth because it's just a matter of time until we're proven right. but that won't work management has obviously underestimated just how severe the criticism is and how long it's continued and just how badly it can shake the company to its core.
before its monsanto takeover bayer actually enjoyed a good reputation in the agricultural sector one of its leading divisions was its vegetable seed business under the brand in the netherlands. and. here they are cultivated vegetables from high quality seeds without any help from the controversial technology of genetic engineering. like cucumbers bigger than average and very tasty from seeds that fetch maximum market prices but amid beyers quest to acquire monsanto some 30 antitrust regulators worldwide spent 2 years examining the proposed union to see where it might reduce competition. and they gave faiers vegetable seeds production a thumbs down bayer was forced to divest this profitable business it sold it to be a set for 7600000000 euros
a bargain market analysts say. none cans can no longer carry the bayer logo. that. quite apart from the merger bayer still has problems in the pharmaceutical sector. in football talo the works council fears for $750.00 jobs in the whole of germany 4 and a half 1000 jobs are at risk. worldwide the figure is at $12000.00. the head of the works council voices cautious criticism. as to jim a shift a huge thought so it really hurts the employees here to have to stand by and watch the gradual erosion of the company's good reputation that there's a voice within them this is their home doesn't. so it's important to let the dust settle and focus on the facts and ultimately this kind of interview only serves to
reignite debate and stir up tempers and that's exactly what i'd like to avoid. no matter whom we ask employees say the merger is a hot topic in house but no one will go on the record. buyer generally tends to view criticism as disloyalty it shuts the gates and withdraws from view but now would actually be the time to open up to listen and demonstrate a willingness to admit it's very obvious mistakes to learn from them and allow the dialogue that says it seeks with opponents to actually take place. dialogue on beyers terms in february 21000 its communications department invited the press minus their cameras to the bay arena home to premier league soccer club bayer leverkusen with a view onto the chemically fertilized pitch the aim was to convince journalists about the advantages of life to see it as an introduction they were shown a 6 minute film. sri lanka home of cylon
t.v. worldwide this tea is valued for its unique qualities sri lanka's fertile soil and perfect climate offers the ideal conditions for the production of the finest aromas and good yields. just so i toss and for the elaborately produced video takes us to sri lanka according to the film's narrative the exotic paradise came under serious threat 4 years ago the government banned the use of like a safe to get something on to shaft in sri lanka suddenly we'd sprung up everywhere . finn didn't know no one called best of ox team and rice and corn yields collapse. and further selection in india who buys a list soundbites from plantation managers scientists and politicians underscore the severity of the situation but then there's a turning. citing
a misguided decision based on dubious studies to the government lives the life of. the film dismisses these studies as unscientific but a line of. internet site. but now all will be well again life estate will soon make up for the massive crop failures sri lanka has saved. me in the recent life to say it was bad in the 1st place is only mentioned in passing and not illustrated in the film. over 2 decades a mysterious chronic kidney disease has killed more than 20000 people in sri lanka . almost all of those affected worked on farms or plantations where they were exposed to large quantities of life a seed. in belgium we meet 2 of the researchers have been working to uncover the causes of this and damage that has affected tens of thousands of people in wall street longer. than. china
is a doctor and toxicologist he's a right here and look at him from sri lanka to discuss the latest findings with the belgian kidney specialist mark to see. although dobro is retired he's continued his research and it was through his work that the 2 physicians met. early doors named as. one shared no one no need to ricky and many people die. of people who have been 1920 who have been deceased so now we teach the me to stay healthy. actually we did and it be to milledgeville the study and we have found it has a very high indeed. the beating of the dr julius of mana believes the source of the disease lies in the groundwater. in the affected areas it contains various heavy metals when these bond with pesticides herbicides such as life are
sick they form highly toxic compounds. dr jaya some mana has found such toxins in drinking water the researchers believe these could well be causing kidney damage in farm workers it's a hypothesis that sri lanka's agricultural lobby has fought hard to refute. maine they started their. campaign against the economics who did the studies then he'll go extinct leading. scientists working for 110th he came to sri lanka and he did he was a religious needs. and you name any association between the can we get it but they didn't. we don't really need any. speeches but dr joy of somalia has the backing of professor dobro an internationally renowned kidney specialist. that their findings correspond to studies in india and central america where agricultural workers have been afflicted by a very similar epidemic. well we are both different and just specialised in the you
know the 2nd and i'm a specialist in the for books of conflicts so i met him in the coverts in southern africa he was even a lecturer and i said this is the man i want to have a collaboration with because he was extremely different to find the cause of the disease because it's killing so many people and nobody even knows what is that he said and everybody was telling that it was and the reason and never believed that so we start the collaboration and thanks to these docs you call the t.v. to pay them and the front of the truck and here after nobody called it go to us and we have the absolute evidence that this disease is a toxic effect but. we showed dr joe some honest bayer video on the life of said band in sri lanka and the alleged damage it caused a farmer's fields. or they did nines that's fun and we asked beyers representatives about those claims that the ban really lead to crop losses and.
the glyphosate ban left farmers with annual losses of 100000000 euros of cloth commercial deals and have you fact check the claims made about the effects of the glad to say. yes we wouldn't make them if we hadn't known these like. these in that the production. was basically due to bad with it it was not due to play a scene we then challenge the impartiality of the nerd allegedly independent expert in the video. agriculture professor. positive side of the story for him it serves as a lesson to the whole world when this is a joke i mean this person but the modern me he is a prophet in agriculture in the bit i think the university at the same time he was so bored to take off the chemical industries the company would be just the leading
. green tree. and use this all agent all and said they came because in truth they were fun to talk and impartial viewer would conclude that this individual is an independent expert with objective judgment our research shows he's on the board of a major chemical distributors and in part 2 of his mind i mean if it didn't make sense you wouldn't say it there are advantages to using life is saved and that's the message this video is trying to get across to give a good view so you think this is an objective cloying so to speak this is these are the facts on what happened in sri lanka. i think. news to show new hope will win other places in sri lanka if we show this it could become a joke. later we receive an email from beyers corporate communications department it underlines the accuracy of its sri lanka video and rejects any attempt to question the facts it contains in particular it defends the expert interviewed in
the film as an absolute authority in his field. they are also emphasizes that weather conditions in sri lanka played no significant role in crop losses. the 2 scientists are stunned by this effort to invalidate their findings not least because the scope of their research is much broader than monsanto buyer and their best selling weed killer roundup. how do pesticides enter the human body and what harm can they cause how long can substances like life a safe be detected and how many people are affected. to answer these questions we had to friends. that they could sue institute in strasbourg scientists spend more than 18 months on a study investigating life estate residues and hair samples from hundreds of people
in this little 6 year we take strands less than 3 centimeters long to their. hair is considered a reliable bio monitoring tool to measure long term exposure to harmful substances . because of what. we've found life is a residues in the hair of half the subjects which means that these people have been chronically contaminated with this substance exposed. really cruel. the study draws no conclusion as to whether this poses a health hazard but it does show how prevalent the substances in the environment. the samples have come in from all over the world but we had people send us samples all the way from france and the united states as well as australia and japan. so we can say this is a very representative group in our endeavor to detect like a state without doing. the research or stress that further studies are
needed to evaluate the long term effects of gleick aside. and when it comes to end products like around the additives also need to be examined and the disease ritual to show like the state is the key but not the only ingredient in round out subjective. we can't decipher roundups exact formula through our research. body bodies and recruit. all we can say is that the end user which in most cases means the farmer is exposed to many more substances besides just life estate. the manufacturer keeps the formula under wraps leaving researchers to work in the dark as they try to determine defects of roundup on human health. back to bayer this is the company's substance library monheit mannheim all of the millions of active
substances that they are has ever researched are stored here. the company announced at the beginning of june that it will invest 5000000000 euros in research to find life or seed alternatives it made it clear this was not in response to verdicts coming out of the united states and bayer says a global increase in weed resistance poses a threat to life or 6 efficiency it sees the need to find new approaches to weed management. and it's a fact for almost 30 years not a single new active ingredient has been brought to market and. life are safe meanwhile has generated increasing concern. australia is the last stop on our glyphosate journey. roundup is officially licensed for use here but the 1st lawsuits are pending. here to life as it has been linked to disease. ron and trolley
snape have a farm until book 350 kilometers south of sydney. they used to say for years. that trolley felt gravely ill she used to complain or smelled of the ground up after we used it when we're using on the farm we could actually use it for as many of the up to a week strike using of the 5 boys control controlling along of friends long as. there and just just general farm use we used it for extensively. a couple of your ground up as an indispensable weapon against weeds. and no one ever told them of potential health risks the doctor's diagnosis was a shock. so. they just said to us you've got in front of you he said this is farmer's lymphoma he said it's common to farmers he
said too many farmers are overrepresented in the population doesn't fund the softly so well not just mine and i feel so the i'm guilty of done something dramatic to more laws that's called the short hair loss was just absolutely and it's just absolutely appalling not i find that absolutely made because hal was wrong and now . many of those affected are not willing to accept their fate without a fight. australian farmers are well aware of the damages awarded by us churches and of the numerous studies i'd like to say that appear to confirm it's health hazards. there are no progress there's a paper that was published on the findings of a team that conducted a method analysis of the link between non hodgkin lymphoma and go life is saved. since the study was funded by monsanto and to my surprise it was never the last published reports. because it concludes that there is
a significant probability that life is safe causes non hodgkin lymphoma for that significant of our shyness tried to outsmart. but this study too evidently offers room for interpretation by both sides of the classic debate which is presumably why monsanto didn't block its publication such contradictory accounts make it all the more difficult for those affected to know where to turn. at the very least victims say they should have been warned of the potential side effects. and sign that the bloody last isn't actually my just policy i should alert a soul informed so let's put on that fact that this sure is a possibility especially a live slightly so large in my can inform decision should that on going to use dental i'm not going to use it but should cause such a son bloody hard drive. i want to wait for a season that's how i roll so i reached around the extended control with the only ads like this are now history as d.h.
did the swedes go round and bayer not monsanto has to foot the bill. in a california court this couple was awarded record damages of more than $2000000000.00 they to maintain roundup gave them cancer and another verdict baiters appealing. in my favor by wisdom over 3 months of anything or anyone that. doesn't want to get these are just jury verdicts we refer to the evaluations of regulators it was on april 30th that the e.p.a. confirmed that the active ingredient life estate is safe of this was. canadian authorities did the same by the german. federal institute for risk assessment also did the same and for us these are the conclusions that count and on which we base our operations total phone the whole thing and how do you explain the fact that
despite these decisions the courts have reached the opposite conclusion and are now imposing huge fines on monsanto or rather bayer who reason we are actually involved on this in their kind of a script to these are not legally binding verdicts they are preliminary judgments that we are appealing. and also you have to distinguish between these court proceedings and the licensing procedure which is an independent process we're not going to rely on the verdicts of juries which as we know can be very emotional and skillfully manipulated. zip and what you and i can. that's why we are appealing and we know we'll be proven right by the scientific data. mining or dorsets. bayer is betting on winning the next round but the attorneys for us plaintiffs expect further court rulings on their client's favor. this is
not the end of this litigation this is the beginning there are tens of thousands of people out there probably 203040000 people and i have continuously told they are and monsanto are coming after them we are not slowing down this is the beginning farm workers landscapers and homeowners personal injury lawyers are pulling out all the stops risk for not hodgkin's lymphoma or other cancers of the blood. they've taken to the airwaves in a bid to round up victims of roundup but bayer remains optimistic. my evidence you know pretty dust in 10 years' time may or will be in an excellent position as we work our way through these lawsuits it will cost time it will cost nerves and money but it won't torpedo the goal of this acquisition we face enormous food production challenges and we need to view these challenges in a global context and feeding the world's future population is an immense responsibility and that is where we will make our contribution dimentia too and
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