This excerpt taken from the SYT 6-K filed Feb 6, 2009.
Asia Pacific, growth was particularly strong in the emerging markets with a focus on the key crops of rice and vegetables.
* Crop Protection sales include $73 million of inter-segment sales.
Syngenta-February 6, 2009/Page 2 of 32
Sales growth was strong across the range. For the first time
This excerpt taken from the SYT 6-K filed Jul 24, 2008.
Asia Pacific, notably China and India, continued to drive growth, more than offsetting weakness in Japan.
This excerpt taken from the SYT 20-F filed Mar 1, 2006.
Asia Pacific, sales increased by 26%, 19% at constant exchange rates, with 21% from volume growth partly offset by a 2% decline in local currency prices. Sales of oilseeds and corn performed well in India. In Japan flower sales benefited from the acquisition of Dia Engei in early 2004.
This excerpt taken from the SYT 6-K filed Feb 14, 2006.
Asia Pacific sales benefited from an increase in Japan and from growth initiatives across a number of developing markets, notably India, Korea, Vietnam and recovery in China, which more than offset weakness in Australia.
For a definition of constant exchange rates, see Appendix A.
SYNGENTA FULL YEAR RESULTS 2005 / PAGE 6 OF 30
This excerpt taken from the SYT 6-K filed Jul 28, 2005.
Asia Pacific: Successful growth initiatives in Japan, India, South Korea and Vietnam produced strong growth. Sales also grew strongly in China across a range of products. Australia and Thailand declined mainly owing to drought.
SYNGENTA HALF YEAR RESULTS 2005 / PAGE 5 OF 24
This excerpt taken from the SYT 20-F filed Mar 16, 2005.
Asia Pacific, sales were 22% higher, 14% at constant exchange rates with 6% from higher volume and 8% from higher local currency prices. Sales benefited from growth in sales of corn in India and higher sales in the Philippines.
This excerpt taken from the SYT 6-K filed Feb 15, 2005.
Asia Pacific underlying demand in Japan was strong. Sales grew strongly in China where channel inventories have now returned to normal levels. India showed good growth and sales in Australia improved in the second half.
SYNGENTA FULL YEAR RESULTS 2004 / PAGE 5 OF 32
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