Brazil seeks China's OK for genetically modified sugarcane


Brazil's agriculture minister will ask Chinese officials on Thursday to greenlight exports to the Asian nation of sugar made from genetically modified (GM) sugarcane, which is expected to be widely used in Brazil in coming years. (Reuters Science) More More

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