Guatemala: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

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Since 2006, Guatemala has allowed genetically engineered (GE) plants for field trials and seed production for export, however, not for food production. Despite extremely low yields in corn production, and some of the highest malnutrition rates in the world, Guatemala lacks a comprehensive regulation that allows for the use of biotechnology. 

Guatemala: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

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