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‘Brussels Effect’: Europe’s CRISPR crop rules may have ‘costly’ international economic impacts

The CJEU decision of July 2018 has far‐reaching economic implications, given that products derived through the application of NPBTs are ...
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Golden Rice could help relieve vitamin A deficiency if countries ditch ‘misguided regulations’

[Editor's note: Justus Wesseler is a professor in the Social Science Department at Wageningen University in The Netherlands. David Zilberman is ...
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‘Precautionary’ delays in deploying GMO technology could cost $1 trillion

AgBioForum | 
This article introduces a simple framework to assess the economics of delaying the introduction of GM technologies due to concerns ...

GMO opposition, regulations encouraged crop biotechnology industry consolidation

Wageningen University | 
The mergers and acquisitions in the agricultural input sector are a response to a changing environment. The new developments in ...
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Golden Rice opposition cost $2b and 1.4m ‘life years’ over 10 years in India alone

As debate over Golden Rice ensues, countries like India suffer, according to a new study from the journal Environment and ...
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