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Some countries refuse to allow imports of genetically engineered crops because of perceived negative impacts on human health and the environment. Farmers who plant GM seeds may either cut access to lucrative export markets or increase yield with GMO that can lead to greater market share. Are governments therefore justified in banning or encouraging GM crops in their respective countries?
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by: franco2412franco2412
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by: Ian BernalIan Bernal
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by: Charlie Bergdolt Charlie Bergdolt
20 Mar 2018 18:24
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Exploring foreign ban, and internal encouragement of GM seed use.
by: ADeGregorio-VCOM-VAADeGregorio-VCOM-VA
19 Mar 2018 14:28
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