Romania’s Agriculture Ministry is pushing Brussels to allow recultivation of genetically modified crops - but opposition groups are lining up economic arguments against their development. Report by Nicoleta Banila
Romania’s agriculture could return to becoming a major cultivator of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), if new European Union legislation passes.
The European Commission has given signals it will approve the relaxation of rules for approving GMOs, by allowing each Member State the right to refuse cultivating GMOs on its own territory.
Currently only two GMO products have the right to produce in the European Union, which has a strict policy on cultivation compared to the Americas an...
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