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(Reuters) - Bayer AG unit Monsanto has asked a California judge in the litigation over its glyphosate-based weed killer Roundup allegedly causing cancer to limit evidence by splitting an upcoming trial into two phases, a request previously successful with another judge. Monsanto in a previously unreported filing on Jan. 15 asked California Superior Court Judge Winifred Smith in Oakland to split a March trial by a California couple into two phases. Such a step would limit evidence the plaintiffs in the litigation consider crucial to their cases and describe as critical to a jury last year awarding $289 million in a similar case.

Under the company’s sterling silver cufflinks proposal, lawyers for Alva and Alberta Pilliod in the initial trial phase would be barred from introducing evidence that the company allegedly attempted to influence regulators and manipulate public opinion, Such evidence would be allowed only if glyphosate was found to have caused the Pilliods’ cancer and the trial proceeded to a second phase to determine the company’s liability, A hearing on the issue is scheduled for Feb, 8, “This court need only look across the Bay to determine whether (splitting up the trial) is appropriate for a Roundup/glyphosate trial,” the company said in the filing..

U.S. District Judge Vince Chhabria in San Francisco, who oversees the federal Roundup litigation with some 680 cases pending before him, on Jan. 3 approved the company’s request to initially limit evidence in upcoming trials before him. Following Chhabria’s decision, Bayer’s shares rose more than 6 percent. Lawyers for the Pilliods on Tuesday declined to comment, saying they would file their response with the court on Jan. 28. In front of Chhabria, the attorneys said their scientific evidence allegedly showing glyphosate causes cancer was inextricably linked to Monsanto’s alleged wrongful conduct.

The lawyers contended that such evidence, including internal Monsanto documents, showed the company’s misconduct and was critical to California state court jury’s August 2018 decision to award $289 million in a similar case, The verdict sent Bayer shares tumbling though the award was later reduced to $78 million and is under appeal, Bayer denies allegations that glyphosate causes cancer, saying decades of independent studies have shown the world’s most widely-used weed killer to sterling silver cufflinks be safe for human use..

DAVOS, Switzerland (Reuters) - Brazil’s new right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro threw out the welcome mat for big business and foreign investors on Tuesday, telling a summit of CEOs in Davos that his government would make the country one of the top 50 in which to do business. Bolsonaro said he would work to open up Brazil’s relatively closed economy, reduce and simplify taxes, privatize state companies and give his new justice minister the tools to tackle corruption. The former army captain turned politician was elected in October on a wave of conservative nationalism and anti-leftist sentiment in a country fed up with political graft and a painful economic downturn.

“We enjoy the credibility to carry out reforms that we need and the world expects of us,” Bolsonaro told the Davos audience, “We will sterling silver cufflinks reduce the tax burden, simplify tax rules and make life easier for those who want to produce, do business, invest and create jobs,” he said, Bolsonaro vowed to restore macroeconomic stability with fiscal discipline, He did not, however, mention pension reform, his biggest challenge to controlling a gaping budget deficit, He assured investors he has fulfilled campaign promises to form a cabinet without engaging in the political horse-trading that led to rampant corruption in the past..

He said his Justice Minister Sergio Moro, accompanying him in Davos, was the right man to fight corruption and money laundering. Moro oversaw Brazil’s biggest graft investigation ever, landing powerful businessmen and politicians in jail, including former leftist president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva. Bolsonaro said his government would balance economic development with preservation of Brazil’s environment and biodiversity, including the world’s largest rainforest, which many consider a vital defense against global warming.

TORONTO (Reuters) - The U.S, Justice Department said on Tuesday it will pursue the extradition of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd’s [HWT.UL] Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, arrested in Canada in December on allegations she participated in a conspiracy to defraud banks, Meng, 46, is due to reappear in a Vancouver court on Feb, 6 to set further court dates, Her Dec, 1 arrest sparked a diplomatic row between Canada and China, China has since arrested sterling silver cufflinks and detained two Canadian citizens and sentenced another, a convicted drug smuggler, to death..