China Opens the Door to U.S. GMOs
The following is an excerpt of an opinion piece in The Wall Street Journal on the importance of China's decision to approve the import of five genetically modified crops.
Lost in the news of contentious U.S.-China trade disputes was a meaningful regulatory approval that will improve agriculture around the world.
This month Chinese regulators approved the import of five genetically modified crops. These soybean, corn and canola “biotech traits” are designed to grow despite natural obstacles like pest infestation. They will power substantial advances and help feed the world's fast-growing population.
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