Haiti: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   HA2022-0004

Agricultural biotechnology constitutes an opportunity for U.S. suppliers, as local non-governmental and governmental organizations have worked to encourage its integration into the Haitian economy in recent years. Although biotechnology remains a controversial issue among the Haitian community, Haiti depends heavily on imports from countries where the use of agricultural biotechnology is common. Currently, there is no policy against genetically engineered crops, animals, and microbial biotech-derived food.

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