APPROACH to agriculture departs significantly from natural ways, while claiming to be much more efficient, modern, and helpful for feeding hungry people around the world--especially in Africa.
"EFSA shows again that its risk assessment of GMOs
has not been conducted with the necessary scrutiny," said Greenpeace GMO
expert Eric Gall.
Latin American countries are trying to find their place in the GMO
market in relation to the dominant biotech countries such as the US.
All raw materials formulated (non-GMO and GMO
maize and soybean) in diet were provided by Daehan feed mill company which were imported from USA.
seeds pose health hazards and give no benefits in terms of yield and protection from pests and diseases.
Quality label "Produced without GMO
" guarantees that the whole production process is controlled and certified according to the 'Produced without GMO
' Standard for the Danube Region, which is a unique label for the entire region.
PDP President said in past the governments of PPP and PML-N had facilitated the GMO
lobby and now the sitting government of PTI is also sadly following suit.
The DOM political party, which opposes the introduction of GMO
food, says a broad debate needs to be launched in which all the parties concerned would take part.
Internet Group, an Internet service provider, has said that it has launched GMO
Aozora Net Bank, a blockchain-based Internet bank.
Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., June 02, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Global eSolutions (HK) Limited ("GES"), a leading financial trading platform vendor in Hong Kong, will jointly organize "GES x GMO
Brokerage Seminar" with GMO-Z.com Bullion HK Limited ("GMO
"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of GMO
Financial Group, on June 8, 2018 (Friday) to provide brokerages with better understanding of GES's solutions designated for A/B Book mixed trading and GMO
's massive liquidity.
Activist groups here have been staging a series of demonstrations against the use of Monsanto's genetically modified organism (GMO
maize includes a gene that makes it unpalatable to the armyworm (The Star, April 16, P15).