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Thursday, September 1, 2005
EC approves Monsanto's GM rapeseed for animal feed
September 1, 2005 EC approves Monsanto's GM rapeseed for animal feed The European Commission (EC) has recently approved Monsanto's GM rapeseed for sale in the EU as animal feed. While the license was granted for ten years, the EC prohibited ...
Tuesday, August 23, 2005
Monsanto faces GM soybean royalty issue in Argentina
August 23, 2005 Monsanto faces GM soybean royalty issue in Argentina Monsanto is facing a GM soybean royalty issue in Argentina for its Roundup Ready (RR) seeds. According to reports, Argentina has tripled its soybean output to 39 million t ...
Thursday, August 11, 2005
GM giant Monsanto plans to patent pig-breeding technique
August 11, 2005 GM giant Monsanto plans to patent pig-breeding technique   GM giant Monsanto has announced its plans to patent a pig-breeding technique, which involved identifying genes that resulted in desirable traits in swine, breeding a ...
Monday, August 1, 2005
Brazilian soy seed growers vote against Monsanto's GM royalty
August 1, 2005 Brazilian soy seed growers vote against Monsanto's GM royalty   Soy seed growers in Brazil's Rio Grande do Sul state, have rejected GM giant Monsanto's proposal to charge a 0.88 real/kilogram royalty for its GM soy seeds. Mon ...
Friday, July 22, 2005
Spain approves cultivating of Monsanto GM corn
July 22, 2005 Spain approves cultivating of Monsanto GM corn   Spain's inter-ministerial biotechnology commission has approved on Jul 13 the cultivation of Monsanto's NK603 Roundup Ready corn in the country. The USDA has called this decisio ...
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
China approves import of Monsanto's GM NK603 corn
July 12, 2005 China approves import of Monsanto's GM NK603 corn China has approved the import of GM giant Monsanto's NK603 Roundup Ready corn, designed to resist Monsanto's Roundup Ready herbicide. China is expected to consume 120 million t ...
Tuesday, June 14, 2005
Monsanto's secret study on GMO risks disclosed
June 14, 2005 Monsanto's secret study on GMO risks disclosed   The EU court has ruled in favour of allowing a secret study on GM food to be revealed publicly.  The study, conducted by Monsanto, appeared to confirm fears that GM food poses r ...
Tuesday, June 14, 2005
Monsanto reconsiders GM corn production in Thailand
June 14, 2005 Monsanto reconsiders GM corn production in Thailand   Due to lack of Thai government support, giant genetically modified (GM) crop developer, Monsanto, may pull out GM corn production in Thailand in favour of more supportive A ...
Wednesday, May 25, 2005
EU launches enquiry into Monsanto GM maize
May 25, 2005 EU launches enquiry into Monsanto GM maize The European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) has launched a full enquiry into Monsanto¡¯s GM maize product, demanding that the company provide it with all research data related to its MON 86 ...
Monday, March 21, 2005
Monsanto grows amidst criticism of GM grains
March 21, 2005 Monsanto grows amidst criticism of GM grains Despite the resistance to GM products in Europe and Southeast Asia, biotech crops continue to sprout on more of the world's arable acreage every year. That area has grown from abou ...
Friday, March 18, 2005
Argentina government ignores Monsanto threats against their GM soy
March 18, 2005 Argentina government ignores Monsanto threats against their GM soy The Argentine government dismissed intimidating threats by Monsanto Co to fine Argentine exports of genetically-modified soy to Europe. Monsanto and the Argen ...
Friday, January 7, 2005
Monsanto Loss Narrows on Corn Seed Demand
January 7, 2005 Monsanto Loss Narrows on Corn Seed Demand Monsanto Co., the world's biggest developer of genetically engineered crops, said its fiscal first-quarter loss narrowed to $40 million on rising global demand for corn seed. The los ...
Friday, December 31, 2004
Argentina Farm Group Opposes Monsanto Soy Fee
December 31, 2004 Argentina Farm Group Opposes Monsanto Soy Fee A third farm group in Argentina has voiced opposition to plans by Monsanto Co., a U.S. biotechnology giant, to charge Argentine exporters a licensing fee for every ton of soybe ...
Monday, December 20, 2004
Monsanto Plans To Charge Fee On Argentina's Soy Exports
December 20, 2004 Monsanto Plans To Charge Fee On Argentina's Soy Exports The biotechnology giant Monsanto plans to charge Argentine exporters a licensing fee for every ton of soybeans shipped abroad, a company spokesman said Friday. "We se ...
Wednesday, October 27, 2004
EU Approves Imports of Monsanto Biotech Corn
October 27, 2004 EU Approves Imports of Monsanto Biotech Corn The European Union has authorised imports of Monsanto Co.'s genetically modified corn. This is its second approval since ending its five-year ban on genetically modified foods. T ...

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