WASHINGTON, Feb 9- Monsanto Co will pay $80 million to settle civil accounting violations after it allegedly misstated its earnings in connection with its top-selling Roundup product, U.S. securities regulators said on Tuesday. The SEC's case against the agricultural giant revolves around a corporate rebate program designed to boost sales of Roundup, a...» Read More
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