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EU Upholds Hungary’s GM Crop Ban

1:03 PM MDT | July 24, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

European environment ministers have voted to uphold Hungary’s right to ban a genetically modified (GM) corn developed by Monsanto. The variety of corn has been authorized for use across the European Union (EU) since 1998. Hungary has been able to prevent sale of the GM crop by using EU legislation that allows a temporary safeguard against a GM product if scientific evidence shows that there is a doubt about the product’s...

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