EU: EU postpones decision on GM rules as member states fail to agree
EU officials due to meet next week to discuss rules on labelling and traceability of GM products have scheduled further discussion due to major disagreements among EU member states on the issue. The EU is in danger of being brought before the World Trade Organisation by the US if the EU does not lift its moratorium on GMOs. But the six EU states that refuse to lift the moratorium: Austria, Denmark, France, Greece, Italy and Luxembourg, will continue to refuse unless rules on labelling and traceability are put in place.
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