Europe lags Uruguay, Pakistan, Philippines in biotech crop cultivation

For more than 20 years, bucking a worldwide scientific consensus, the European Union (EU) has fallen behind much of the rest of world in exploiting the potential benefits of DNA-modified crops by maintaining nonsensical laws and regulations that focus not on the risk-related characteristics of new plant varieties but on the process — recombinant DNA technology — used to create them.

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