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Bayer records 10.5 billion euro losses in 2020

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Leverkusen (Germany), Feb 25 (EFE / EPA).- (Camera: Friedemann Vogel) Bayer registered record losses of 10,500 million euros in 2020, compared to the profit of 4,100 million euros a year earlier, losses the German chemical group pharmacist attributes in part to the lawsuits it has had to face in the US, the company reported on Thursday.FOOTAGE OF THE BAYER HQ IN LEVERKUSEN.

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