Vietnam: GM crops key to future food security say experts

Genetically modified (GM) crops will help Viet Nam achieve food security in the years to come when the demand for food rises further, experts said at a seminar held in HCM City yesterday.

Organised by University of Agriculture and Forestry and Monsanto, a leading global provider of technology-based solutions and agricultural products, the seminar discussed the pros and cons of growing GM crops.

Rashmi Nair, director of Regulatory Policy&Scientific Affairs in Emerging Markets of the Monsanto Company, said that bio-technology had given the world a new tool to improve food security.

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