ZIMBABWE: Expert warns Zimbabwean government to refuse GM food aid
Pangirayi Tangoona, a biotechnology expert at the University of Zimbabwe, has publicly warned his country's government that accepting the offer of GM food aid from the West will bring major problems, and that a long term policy is needed on the issue. According to a report published yesterday [Monday] by the Zimbabwe Inter Africa News Agency, Tangoona explained: "Blind application of such knowledge and expertise is dangerous to us as a third world country."
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