EU regulations on biotech crops could lead to soybean shortage

07/31/2008 | Wall Street Journal, The

The European Union's stringent rules on the importation of biotech crops could lead to a continentwide shortage of soybeans, which livestock farmers use in feeds. The European Commission is considering possible courses of action, including one that would permit trace amounts of bioengineered crops in food and feed imports.

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