Hungary: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

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Since 2006, Hungary has been one of the strongest opponents of agricultural biotechnology in the European Union. Maintaining the country’s GE-free status is still among the Government’s highest priorities and is seen as a commercial advantage. However, Hungary’s Ministry of Agriculture, financial and professional organizations, and plant breeding and research institutions have recently spoken in support of non-transgenic precision breeding.

Hungary: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

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