Study looks at EU's GM 'opt-out' proposal

Study looks at EU's GM 'opt-out' proposal

COCERAL, FEDIOL and FEFAC, representing Europe's commodity collection and trade, oilseed crushing and compound feed manufacturing industries, respectively, have released an economic impact assessment of the European Commission's genetically modified (GM) crop "opt-out" proposal.

The study assesses the potential implications for the feed and livestock sectors should four European Union member states potentially opt out of GM authorization. Involved

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