Vietnam Demands Monsanto Pay Compensation for Agent Orange

Adding another blow to Monsanto’s loss last week to a school groundskeeper who successfully sued the ag giant for contributing to his terminal cancer, Vietnam is now demanding that Monsanto compensate the country’s victims of Agent Orange. The herbicide was used during the Vietnam War as a defoliant. Around 12 million gallons were sprayed between 1961 and 1971, the Independent says, leaving devastating consequences to Vietnamese unfortunate enough to be in the way when the...

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