LEADERS of the American Soybean Assn. (ASA), United Soybean Board and U.S. Soybean Export Council were in China recently to meet with government officials and industry leaders about China's approval process for biotechnology.
China's biotech approvals process has gone from slow but predictable — taking approximately 28 months — to now taking 40 months or more, according to ASA.
With a number of new soybean traits in the pip
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