CHINA: Officials warn Hong Kong to tighten up GM labelling laws
Chinese officials are warning Hong Kong to tighten its GM labelling laws in line with the mainland regulations, or risk a flood of genetically modified food imports. Tough rules endorsed last month by the State Council requires strict labelling of all GM ingredients imported into and sold in China. They are expected to come into force by the end of this year, and Professor Xue Dayuan, a research centre head for the
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