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Feb 5, 2010

EU weighs proposals to break GMO deadlock

EurActiv.com reports that the European Commission is considering allowing member state governments to decide whether to allow gene-engineered crops to be grown within their jurisdiction.

Currently, if the European Commission approves a GE crop, EU member states are only able to restrict the GE crops under strict conditions including authorisation licences.

For more see: "EU weighs proposals to break GMO deadlock." EurActiv.com. 5 Feb. 2010.

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