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Corn farmers relieved as China resumes import of GMO-fed US beef imports

Amy He | 
As US beef exports to China resume ... Nebraska is optimistic that its biggest crop export – corn – will also benefit. The ...
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China jumpstarts GM, worries about ‘foreign domination’

Op Rana | 
China does not want its genetically modified food (GM) market to be dominated by foreign products (and thus foreign companies) ...

GM rice passes safety tests in China

Researchers at China’s Agricultural University have concluded that testing on transgenic rice has so far brought no abnormalities. The results ...

GM rice is more than food for thought

Op Rana | 
The Ministry of Health's investigation into a controversial US-backed genetically modified rice research project in Hunan province raises a wider ...

Should genetic screening be more supervised?

Thirteen-day-old Boxi is a "designer baby", genetically selected as her stem cells can be used to save her sister. We ...
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