USA: US could initiate WTO dispute settlement over EU stance on GM crops
The US yesterday [Thursday] warned it is losing patience with the EU's reluctance to approve new genetically engineered crops. Allen Johnson, Washington's chief negotiator on agricultural affairs, told reporters: "There is a growing frustration and pressure in the US […] we are considering all our options, including [WTO] dispute settlement in trying to resolve this issue.
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