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What the ‘Big Six’ agricultural biotech companies think about the GMO debate

Devex | 
Smack at the center of the debate over genetically modified organisms and their role in developing countries are large corporations. Bayer, BASF, Dow ...
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Developing countries slowly embrace GMO crops to fight food insecurity, climate change

Devex | 
Developing countries are slowly increasing approved legislation and opening the door to research and commercialization of GMO crops. As these countries ...
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Gates Foundation, other development donors turn to GMO crops for humanitarian projects

Devex | 
Despite ongoing opposition from some activists to genetically modified organisms, a number of development donors are investigating and funding research ...
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Why Greenpeace opposes GMOs: It’s a ‘corporate takeover of our food system’

Devex | 
Large corporations producing genetically modified seeds dominate the debate, with activists questioning their motives and whether they have the ability ...
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Can ‘public good’ GMOs change the conversation?

Devex | 
Today, as technology is becoming more accessible and less expensive, smaller labs and researchers are able to produce GMOs at ...
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