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Nov 23, 2009

Vietnam Considers New Biosafety Law Restricting GM Crops

On 13 November 2009, Vietnam's Thanh Nien Daily reported that Vietnam's National Assembly was considering a new national food law.  Not only would the bill address the need for authorities to control and inspect sales of food in the streets, it would also address the issue of genetically modified (GM) food. 

For more see: Van, Bao.  "Lawmakers move to restrict genetically modified food," Thanh Nien Daily, 13 November 2009.

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