Vietnam to approve biotech crops to reduce need for imports

08/3/2008 | Thanh Nien (Vietnam)

Vietnam hopes to lessen its dependence on imports by allowing the mass production of biotech crops such as soybeans, corn and cotton after 2010, an official at the country's agriculture ministry said. A law allowing such crops has been drafted and is expected to be approved at a National Assembly session in October, according to a news report.

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