EIGHT long-delayed biotech traits awaiting approval by the European Union will apparently have to wait some more, according to the U.S. Grains Council.
With a newly elected European Commission taking office on Nov. 1, the Oct. 21 and Oct. 29 meetings of the College of Commissioners were the last scheduled opportunities to take action on biotech approvals before the transition. However, failure to act punts the issue to the incoming commissioners.<
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