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Future of Genetically Modified Rice/Corn in China May Be Both Certain and Delayed

Even as China rushes to expand its crops to feed its growing populace, it faces regulatory snags and pitfalls. The State Council recently discussed efforts to innovate China’s industrial agriculture while keeping it independent of multinational corporations. Genetically modified crops are a big part of these plans. The nation hopes to increase seed production first [...]

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