KOREA/USA: GM food to dominate US-Korean trade talks
Upcoming talks between the governments of Korea and the US are likely to be dominated by a debate on genetically modified organisms. The Korean government last year introduced legislation compelling importers of GM corn to indicate GM content on labelling. Jon M. Huntsman, deputy US Trade Representative (USTR), is set to engage in talks with the Korean Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry (MOAF) today [Monday] and tomorrow about the launch of the labelling system.
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