EU: New Directive may open up commercial planting of GM crops
The European parliament is set to approve a new directive that could end the de facto moratorium on approving new genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in the European Union. The EU has not granted licenses for the commercial development of new GM crops since April 1998 because of concern over potential health and environmental risks linked with the technology.
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