Paraguay's recent approval of modified soybean seeds not only could help influence worldwide acceptance of the science, it also could help shut down the soybean seed black market in Central and South America. Paraguay's soybean production currently accounts for only about 2% of global production, but an official of the American Soybean Association saw government acceptance as a move toward greater global acceptance of enhanced foods and greater access in other countries by U.S. grain exporters.

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