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BASF to stop selling GM products in Europe

January 17, 2012  By New York Times


January
17, 2012, Brussels — BASF has abandoned efforts to sell genetically modified
products in Europe, including its Amflora potato.

January
17, 2012, Brussels — BASF has abandoned efforts to sell genetically modified
products in Europe, including its Amflora potato.

The
company has instead decided to focus on “attractive markets” in the Americas
and in Asia, he said.

The
withdrawal of the potato leaves a type of corn produced by Monsanto as the only
biotech crop grown in Europe.


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