HONG KONG/UK: Greenpeace applauds the Chinese government on tightening control over Genetically Modified Organisms
Greenpeace yesterday applauded the decision of the Chinese government to tighten control over genetically modified organisms (GMOs) by limiting their release to the environment and launching a comprehensive labelling system on GMO seeds and food products. The new "Biosafety regulation on GMOs in Agriculture", announced today by the Chinese government, is the legislative framework safeguarding biodiversity, the environment and human health against the potential adverse effects of GMOs.
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