Danes want biotech firms, EU govts to agree GM crop bans

Source: Reuters

Biotech companies should agree not to market genetically modified (GM) crops in member states wishing to ban their cultivation before seeking EU approval for their products, a draft Danish proposal shows.

The compromise is designed to break a deadlock in talks among member states on draft EU rules to allow them to decide individually whether to grow or ban GM cultivation, which have made little headway since being proposed by the European Commission in 2010.

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