Who influences GMO approvals?

An article from the Harvard Business School proposes a theory about what factors influence how genetically modified crops are approved by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The question is raised because many who are critical of the USDA’s GMO approval process have claimed for years that GM crops are approved because industry executives achieve power within government agencies that have the ability to make approval decisions.

View the original article here: Who influences GMO approvals? – agprofessional.com

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