MOSCOW, Feb 13 (Reuters) - German's Bayer has taken Russia's Federal Anti-Monopoly Service to court in relation to Bayer's planned deal with U.S. seed-maker Monsanto , the RIA news agency quoted the Russian watchdog as saying on Tuesday.



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