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In May last year, the US, Canada and Argentina initiated a World Trade Organisation (WTO) challenge to the European Union’s (EU’s) genetically modified organism (GMO) approval system. Noting that the EU had not granted a new GMO product authorisation over the past six years, the complaining countries are arguing that the EU is maintaining a de facto moratorium that is without scientific basis, unnecessarily restricts international trade in biotech crops, and therefore violates EU obligations under a number of WTO agreements.

 

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