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Jul 23, 2007

Mexico - National Confederation of Small-Scale Farmers (CNC) Opposes GM Corn Imports

Mexico's politically powerful National Confederation of Small-Scale Farmers (CNC) has joined the ranks of biotech opponents in calling for President Calderon's administration to enforce controls on imported gene-modified (GM) products in line with the nation's biosafety law and the Cartagena Biosafety Protocol.

For more see: Lewis, Steven. "Opposition mounts to biotech corn imports in Mexico." Food Chemical News. 23 July 2007.

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