Agria Appoints ICR as Investor Relations Advisor

Agria Appoints ICR as Investor Relations Advisor 
BEIJING -- (Marketwire) -- 03/20/13 --  Agria Corporation (NYSE: GRO)
(the "Company" or "Agria") today announced the appointment of ICR, a
global financial communications firm, as its investor relations
Mr. Alan Lai, Agria's Chairman of the Board, commented, "We are
pleased to appoint ICR as our investor relations advisor. ICR's
industry expertise and capital market knowledge will assist Agria in
its efforts to strengthen our communication with investors and
improve market awareness of our company. We look forward to working
closely with ICR to convey our business story, growth strategy,
competitive advantages, and value proposition to the investment
Established in 1998, ICR is consistently ranked as one of the top
independent financial communications firms in North America, and in
2011 was ranked as the 8th largest independent communications firm
overall. ICR specializes in investor relations, corporate and crisis
communications and digital media, and represents more than 350 public
and private companies across more than twenty different sectors. The
firm maintains offices in Norwalk, Connecticut, New York, Los
Angeles, San Francisco, Boston and Beijing. 
About Agria Corporation  
Agria Corporation (NYSE: GRO) is an agricultural company with
operations in China and internationally. Agria operates three
principal business lines: China seeds, international seeds and
agriservices. In China, Agria engages in research and development,
production and sale of seed products, including field corn seeds,
edible corn seeds and vegetable seeds. Agria owns through Agria Asia
a 50.22% equity interest in PGG Wrightson Limited, New Zealand's
largest agricultural services company. For more information about PGG
Wrightson Limited, please visit For more
information about Agria Corporation, please visit 
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the date of this announcement unless otherwise stated and Agria does
not undertake any obligation to update any forward-looking statement,
except as required under applicable law. 
For more information, please contact: 
Agria Corporation 
Patrick Tsang
Chief Financial Officer
Tel: +852 2748 9390
William Zima
Managing Director
Phone (China): +86-10-6583-7511
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