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Corn Products International, Inc. (CPO)

3/29/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. James M. Ringler is a director of Dow Chemical Company, from which the Company made purchases of approximately US$4.3 million during 2005.

Mr. Bernard H. Kastory serves as a of the Advisory Board of Bimbo Bakeries memberUSA, the United States division of Grupo Bimbo, S.A. de C.V., MexicoÕs largest baking company. The Advisory Board is a consultative body that meets twice each year with the Chairman of Bimbo Bakeries to discuss strategic, business and marketing matters, and is not a governance body. In 2005, the Company had sales to Grupo Bimbo and its affiliates, including Bimbo Bakeries USA, of approximately US$605,907. Mr. James M. Ringler is a director of Dow Chemical Company, from which the Company made purchases of approximately US$4.3 million during 2005. Ms. Barbara A. Klein is an executive officer of CDW Corporation, from which the Company made purchases of computer equipment for approximately US$67,000 during 2005. Mr. Richard J. Almeida is a director of UAL Corporation, the holding company whose primary subsidiary is United Airlines. United Airlines is one of several air carriers used by the CompanyÕs employees for business travel. The Board has concluded that none of these relationships is a material relationship that would impair the independence from management of any such individuals, as in each instance the total dollar amount of the transactions is small in relation to the consolidated gross revenues of the entity in question and in no instance was the directorÕs compensation tied to the business or relationship with the Company.

In connection with the acquisition by the Company of the minority interest in the joint venture which is now its wholly-owned subsidiary, CPIngredientes, S.A. de C.V. (originally known as Arancia Corn Products, S.A. de C.V.), the Company agreed to nominate a qualified nominee designated by the Aranguren family to the Board. Mr. Aranguren-Trellez was designated by the Aranguren family as its nominee and he was elected to the Board in 2003 to a term expiring in 2006. The agreement is no longer in effect. As part of the original transaction, the Aranguren family also was given the right, through January 2010, to require the Company to repurchase the shares of the CompanyÕs common stock originally received by the Aranguren family and related entities. At December 31, 2005, the Aranguren family and related entities held 1,227,000 shares of the CompanyÕs common stock.

The Company, primarily through its wholly-owned subsidiary CPIngredientes, S.A. de C. V., continues to engage in numerous transactions at competitive market rates, with several companies owned or controlled indirectly by the Aranguren family. During 2005, the Company (i) sold steam at commercial market rates in an amount totaling approximately $969,956.02 (inclusive of VAT), (ii) purchased enzymes in the amount of $1,522,902.78 (inclusive of VAT), and (iii) purchased freight and similar services and leased facilities at commercial market rates in the amount of approximately $11,722,748.68, in transactions with these companies. Mr. Aranguren-Trellez no longer holds an interest in the company providing the freight services. All of these purchases and contractual relationships, except for the purchase of freight, are planned to continue in 2006 in amounts that are expected to exceed $3,000,000.

3/29/2005 Proxy Information

Mr. Kastory serves as a member of the Advisory Board of Bimbo Bakeries USA, the United States division of Grupo Bimbo, S.A. de C.V., MexicoÕs largest baking company. In 2004, the CompanyÕs Mexican subsidiary had sales to Grupo Bimbo of approximately US$13,557,000. Mr. Kastory receives a nominal fee for each of the two meetings per year, plus travel expenses, for serving on the Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is a consultative body that meets twice each year with the Chairman of Bimbo Bakeries to discuss strategic, business and marketing matters, and is not a governance body. None of Mr. KastoryÕs compensation is tied to the business or relationship between Bimbo Bakeries and the Company. Mr. Ringler is a director of Dow Chemical Company, from which the Company made purchases of ion exchange resins and caustic soda for approximately US$2,771,000 during 2004. Ms. Klein is an executive officer of CDW Corporation, from which the Company made purchases of computer equipment for approximately US$425,000 during 2004. In addition Ms. Klein previously served as Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer of Dean Food Company from 2000 to 2002. The Company had sales to Dean Foods in 2004 of approximately US$945,000 and made rebate payments to Dean Food of approximately US$258,000. Ms. Hendricks is a leadership development consultant for Lee Hecht Harrison. The Company made payments of US$21,128.25 to Lee Hecht Harrison in 2004. In addition, certain members of the Board serve as directors of various charitable organizations. During 2004, the Company made contributions to some of these charitable organizations. None of the contributions made by the Company to charitable organizations where our non-employee directors are directors exceeded US$10,000.

In connection with the acquisition by the Company of the minority interest in its now wholly-owned subsidiary, CPIngredientes, S.A. de C.V. (originally known as Arancia Corn Products, S.A. de C.V.), the Company agreed to nominate a qualified nominee designated by the Aranguren family to the Board. Mr. L. Aranguren-Trellez was designated by the Aranguren family as its nominee and he was elected to the Board in 2003 to a term expiring in 2006. The agreement is no longer in effect. As part of the original transaction, the Aranguren family also was given the right, through January 2010, to require the Company to repurchase the shares of the CompanyÕs common stock originally received by the Aranguren family and related entities. At December 31, 2004, the Aranguren family and related entities held 1,227,000 shares of the CompanyÕs common stock.

The Company, primarily through its wholly-owned subsidiary CPIngredientes, S.A. de C. V., continues to engage in numerous transactions at competitive market rates, with several companies owned or controlled indirectly by the Aranguren family. During 2004, the Company(i) sold products (starch), provided steam, leased facilities and provided other services at commercial market rates in an amount totaling approximately $900,000, and (ii) purchased freight and similar services at commercial market rates in the amount of approximately $8.0 million, in transactions with these companies.

All of these purchases and contractual relationships are planned to continue in 2005 in amounts that are expected to exceed the amounts for 2004.

4/2/2004 Proxy Information

Mr. Kastory serves as a member of the Advisory Board of Bimbo Bakeries USA, the United States division of Grupo Bimbo, S.A. de C.V., MexicoÕs largest baking company. In 2003, the CompanyÕs Mexican subsidiary had sales to Grupo Bimbo of approximately US$13,800,000. Mr. Kastory receives a nominal fee for each of the two meetings per year, plus travel expenses, for serving on the Advisory Board. The Advisory Board is a consultative body that meets twice each year with the Chairman of Bimbo Bakeries to discuss strategic, business and marketing matters, and is not a governance body. None of Mr. KastoryÕs compensation is tied to the business or relationship between Bimbo Bakeries and the Company. In addition, prior to his retirement in 2001, Mr. Kastory was an executive officer of Bestfoods, the parent of the Company prior to the spin-off of the Company at the end of 1997. Mr. Storms was an executive officer of Bestfoods prior to his retirement in 1997. Mr. Ringler is a director of Dow Chemical Company, from which the Company made purchases of US$1,976,000 during 2003. Ms. Klein is an executive officer of CDW Corporation, from which the Company made purchases of US$140,000 during 2003.

In connection with the acquisition by the Company of Compa–’a Proveedora de Ingredientes, S.A. de C.V. (formerly known as Arancia Corn Products, S.A. de C.V., now a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company), the Company agreed to nominate a qualified nominee designated by the Aranguren family to the Board. This requirement will continue for as long as the Aranguren family continues to hold at least 1,235,293 shares of the CompanyÕs common stock and such Aranguren family holdings represent at least 2.5% of the total outstanding shares of the CompanyÕs common stock. Mr. L. Aranguren, has been designated by the Aranguren family as its nominee and he was elected to the Board last year to a term expiring in 2006. As part of the original transaction, the Aranguren family also has the right, through January 2010, to require the Company to repurchase up to 1,913,500 shares of the CompanyÕs common stock held by the Aranguren family and related entities.

The Company, primarily through its wholly-owned subsidiary Compa–’a Proveedora de Ingredientes, continues to engage in numerous transactions at competitive market rates (with the exception noted below), with several companies owned or controlled indirectly by the Aranguren family. The various contractual relationships giving rise to these transactions predate the CompanyÕs acquisition of Compa–’a Proveedora de Ingredientes. These companies are subsidiaries of Arancia Industrial, S.A. de C.V., and Mr. L. Aranguren is the Executive President of Arancia Industrial. During 2003, the Company: ¥ purchased enzymes amounting to $900,000 from, and provided steam at cost, amounting to $426,749, to Enmex, S.A. de C.V.; ¥ purchased freight and similar services from Transportes Minerva, S.A. de C.V. in the amount of $7.7 million; and ¥ leased reception and additional office facilities and purchased other services from Reprocesadora Industrial, S.A. de C.V. and Promociones Inmofisa, S.A. de C.V. in the combined amount of $300,000.

All of these purchases and contractual relationships are planned to continue in 2004 in approximately the same dollar amounts or, in the case of Promociones Inmofisa, S.A. de C.V., in substantially lower dollar amounts.

Mr. I. Aranguren-Castiello served as Chairman of Compa–’a Proveedora de Ingredientes until his retirement in April 2003. He was not paid a salary, nor did he receive any additional benefits or payments, in connection with such service.

3/28/2003 Proxy Information

During 2002, I. Aranguren-Castiello was Chairman of Arancia Corn Products, S.A. de C.V. Since 1998, the Company has acquired a 100% interest in Arancia Corn Products from companies controlled by Mr. Aranguren-Castiello and his family through a series of stock purchases that were previously approved by the stockholders of the Company. In connection with these purchases of interests in Arancia Corn Products, a company controlled by Mr. Aranguren-Castiello and his family received a final earnout payment of $3,711,340 for 2002. In addition, the Company has agreed to nominate Mr. Aranguren-Castiello, or a qualified nominee designated by his family, to the Board as long as his family continues to hold at least 70.0% of their original holdings of Company common stock received in the initial acquisition and such holdings represent at least 2.5% of the total outstanding shares of the Company's common stock. L. Aranguren-Trellez is the designated qualified nominee and he is the Executive President of Arancia Industrial, S.A. de C.V., whose subsidiaries have numerous transactions with the Company's Mexican subsidiary as described below. In connection with his service as Chairman of Arancia Corn Products in 2002, Mr. Aranguren-Castiello was paid a salary of $89,924 plus bonuses, based on company and individual performance, as well as pension and other retirement payments of approximately $800,000. He also received certain other benefits that are usual and customary in Mexico, including holiday/vacation pay and incidental expenses. The incidental expenses totaled $48,513.

During 2002, Arancia Corn Products continued to have numerous transactions with the following companies in Mexico that are or were owned or controlled indirectly by Mr. Aranguren-Castiello and his family, including his son L. Aranguren-Trellez, under various contractual relationships that predate the Company's acquisition of the Mexican business. Arancia Corn Products sold products and provided steam and other minor services at commercial market rates to Enmex, S.A. de C.V. amounting to $600,000. These sales and contractual relationships are planned to continue in 2003 in approximately the same dollar amounts. During 2002, Arancia Corn Products purchased freight and similar services at commercial market rates from Transportes Minerva, S.A. de C.V. in the amount of $9.7 million. It also leased reception and additional office facilities and purchased other services at commercial market rates from Reprocesadora Industrial, S.A. de C.V. and Promociones Inmofisa, S.A. de C.V. in the combined amount of $400,000. All of these purchases and contractual relationships are planned to continue in 2003 in approximately the same dollar amounts or, in the case of Promociones Inmofisa, S.A. de C.V., in substantially lower dollar amounts.