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Mar 2, 2010

EU Proposes Giving National Governments Leeway On GMO Approvals

Dow Jones Newswires reports that the European Commission decision to approve a gene-modified (GM) potato signals that it may be changing its position on GM crops.  This was the first approval in 12 years.  It may signal that the EU approve more GM crops in the future and allow national governments more leeway on regulating biotech crops.

For more see: Dalton, Matthew. “EU Proposes Giving National Governments Leeway on GMO Approvals.” Dow Jones Newswires, 2 March 2010.

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