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Regulatory burden, cost risks weigh in crop development

Regulatory burden, cost risks weigh in crop development

Farm Weekly‏ November 10, 2011 Original Source IN the past decade the amount of time and resources to bring a new biotech crop to market has peaked at over 13 years and US$136 million according to a new survey released by CropLife International and Phillips McDougall, a global business research organization. The first ever survey […]

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Technology holds answer for Asia’s future challenge

The Daily Star (Bangladesh) November 11, 2009 The Daily Star Reaz Ahmad, back from Bangkok November 11, 2009 www.thedailystar.net With India importing rice for the first time in over two decades this year, Thailand and other rice producing and exporting countries in Asia are rethinking food security, as experts say further output growth has to […]

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Pesticide-Industry Rep Picked For Trade Post Draws Fire

Greenwire November 3, 2009 Greenwire By Allison Winter November 3, 2009 A coalition of advocacy groups launched a campaign today opposing President Obama’s choice of a pesticide industry official to represent U.S. interests in agricultural trade negotiations. The 85 groups — including Earthjustice, the Sierra Club, the Organic Consumers Association, the National Family Farm Coalition […]

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Science and technology are key to growing more food

AgBioView & CropLife Brussels, Belgium – In maintaining its commitment to identifying solutions to alleviating hunger and poverty, CropLife International continues to refuse to endorse a report called the International Assessment of Agricultural Science and Technology for Development (IAASTD) because of its failure to recognize the role modern plant sciences, including plant biotechnology and crop […]

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