Colombia: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

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Colombia remains open to the adoption of biotech-derived commodities. However, area planted of genetically engineered (GE) corn and cotton decreased this past year due to high production costs and lower international prices. The Constitutional Court ruled in favor of mandatory labeling of GE organisms in response to a lawsuit.

Colombia: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

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