EU/USA: EU must do more to allay GM safety concerns, says US official
A US official has urged the European Union to do more to allay concerns about the safety of genetically modified crops. US Commerce Undersecretary Grant Aldonas said that the EU dispute over GM crops has blocked US corn shipments to Europe and is now disrupting US food aid to Africa. The US is keen to resolve the dispute without resorting to legal proceedings in front of the World Trade Organisation, as the US has previously threatened to do.
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