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Who Benefits from GM crops? - 2007 executive summary

Friends of the Earth International, January 2007: Summary from the report 'Who benefits from GM crops? An Analysis of the global performance of genetically modified (GM) crops 1996-2006'. In 2006 the spread of Genetically Modified (GM) crops worldwide showed signs of stalling. Production of GM crops on a large scale continued to be limited to a few crops and countries and have not addressed the main agricultural problems and challenges facing farmers in most countries. They have not proven to be superior to conventional crops, and the ‘second generation’ GM farm crops with attractive “food traits” promised by the industry has not appeared.

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