Zimbabwe: Maize shortage renews GM debate

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HARARE, 4 March 2013 (IRIN) – A major shortage of maize has sent the price of maize meal, used for porridge and poultry feed, spiralling in Zimbabwe, prompting traders to lobby the government to consider importing genetically modified (GM) maize.

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