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New research shows more approval of GM food consumption

| August 23, 2012

Genetically Modified Organisms are playing a major role in the economic transformation of developing countries despite the emergence of pest-resistant weeds, a new research has shown.

The research has indicated that both developed and developing countries are adapting modern biotechnology, which is seen as a major viable solution to Africa’s socio-economic problems resulting to an economic gain spillover.

The US$ 200 million research conducted by the European Union, which engaging more than 500 independent research groups in a span of 10 years, also indicated that GM food has same effect as the conventional crop.

View the original article here:New research approve GM food consumption « The Nairobi Digest

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