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China Approves Imports of Biotech Crops
Tuesday, 2015/01/13 | 08:37:27

China has officially approved the imports of genetically modified (GM) crops: a corn variety developed by Syngenta AG, a soybean developed by DuPont Pioneer, as well as a soybean variety from Bayer CropScience AG. The approval for Syngenta's Viptera corn covers corn grain and processing byproducts, such as dried distillers' grains, for human and animal consumption.

 

The United States and Chinese governments have recently established the vice-ministerial Strategic Agricultural Innovation Dialogue after the 2014 US-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT). The commitment is intended to synchronize policies – including those dealing with agricultural biotechnology – to encourage innovation in agriculture and ensure that regulatory frameworks are timely, predictable and protect US-China agricultural trade.

 

For more details, read: http://www.china.org.cn/business/2014-12/25/content_34407696.htm and https://www.bio.org/media/press-release/bio-applauds-us-china-agreement-steps-enhance-ag-biotech-trade.

 

 

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