NEW ZEALAND: Ban on commercial GM crop trials lifted
Despite popular protest, New Zealand's two-year moratorium on genetically modified crop trials has been lifted. The ban was imposed in 2001 to allow time for further research into the impact of GM crops on the environment. Strict new legislation has been put in place to ensures that the release of GM crops is undertaken in a controlled manner.
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