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U.S. officials express concern over China biotech food regulations

(Feb. 06, 2002 – CropChoice news) – U.S. trade and agricultural industry officials are understandably concerned about the impact on exports from China’s impending regulation of genetically modified foods. They should be, given that much of the U.S. soybean, corn and cotton crop – a big portion of our exports to China – is transgenic. History lesson: U.S. corn exports to the European Union plummeted to almost zero in the face of European consumer rejection of transgenic foods. Source: AFP