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Aug 2, 2010

Japan & Taiwan Approve Imports of Syngenta's Enogen GM Corn with Increase Ethanol Traits

On 2 August 2010 Syngenta announced that both the governments of Japan and Taiwan had approved the importation of its Enogen™ Amylase corn for use as animal feed and potentially for use as a biofuel.

For more see:

"Japan and Taiwan Approve Syngenta’s  Trait for Import; Syngenta Seeds, Inc. continues to gain regulatory approvals for trait developed to increase ethanol productivity," Sygenta Media Release, 2 August 2010.

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