China approves import of genetically modified U.S. crops

02/25/2004 | International Herald Tribune

Chinese authorities have approved the importation of genetically modified soybeans and other crops by Monsanto, a move that will help U.S. trade prospects with China, according to a soybean industry group. A joint statement by U.S. agriculture secretary Ann Veneman and U.S. trade representative Robert Zoellick praised the decision, saying it points to China's willingness to abide by WTO rules.

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