Agria Divests P3A
Beijing, China — July 13, 2010 — Agria Corporation (NYSE: GRO) (the “Company” or “Agria”), a
China-based agriculture company with investments in key agriculture markets of China and New
Zealand, today announced that it has entered into definitive agreements to divest Taiyuan
Primalights III Agriculture Development Co., Ltd., or P3A, to Mr. Frank Xue, the president and a
director of P3A, in line with the agreement in principle announced by Agria on June 29, 2010. Given
that all closing conditions were satisfied, this transaction was simultaneously completed.
As a result of the transaction, Agria has acquired from Mr. Xue and cancelled shares representing
11.5% of its issued and outstanding share capital immediately prior to the transaction. As of today’s
date, 110,766,600 ordinary shares of Agria, equivalent to 55,383,300 ADSs (each ADS represents
two ordinary shares of Agria), remain issued and outstanding. The leases over nine parcels of land
totaling approximately 13,500 acres previously held by P3A have been retained by the Agria group.
About Agria Corporation
Agria Corporation (NYSE: GRO) is a China-based agriculture company with investments in key
agriculture markets of China and New Zealand. For more information about Agria Corporation,
please visit http://www.agriacorp.com.
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