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China food security: Beijing signals overhaul of GM crop rules in push for seed industry breakthrough

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China has proposed an overhaul of regulations governing genetically modified (GM) crops, in a move that is likely to strengthen the nation’s seed industry amid heightened food security concerns.Beijing last year called for a breakthrough in biotechnology and seed production amid disruptions to food supply caused by the coronavirus pandemic, as well as anxiety over reliance on imported soybeans, including from geopolitical rival the United States.Ahead of the central economic work conference and…

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China has proposed an overhaul of regulations governing genetically modified (GM) crops, in a move that is likely to strengthen the nation’s seed industry amid heightened food security concerns.Beijing last year called for a breakthrough in biotechnology and seed production amid disruptions to food supply caused by the coronavirus pandemic, as well as anxiety over reliance on imported soybeans, including from geopolitical rival the United States.Ahead of the central economic work conference and…

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