~ Asian Opposition to Biotech ~

South Korean Threaten to Boycott U.S Wheat
South Korean wheat millers, major buyers of American grain, delivered a blunt message this week that they would boycott U.S. wheat if genetically-modified varieties are approved by the Bush administration.
  May 2, 2003
(Reuters)

India rejects plea for gene cotton variety
India said on Friday it had rejected a plea by a Bombay-based company to produce a genetically modified cotton hybrid as it was not resistant to cotton leaf curl virus.
  Apr 25, 2003
(Reuters)
Naveen Thukral

Australia Grain-GM canola to stage shy debut
Conditional clearance for (GM) canola is expected to lead to a small 2003 crop,
opinion remains strongly divided on GM canloa's merit.
  Apr 4, 2003
(Reuters)
Michael Byrnes

Brazil aims to ship GM Free soy to China by March
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil welcomes China's long-awaited green light for imports of its soybeans.
  Jan 27, 2003
(Reuters)
Peter Blackburn

China soybean agreement in final stages   Jan 24, 2003
(Reuters)

Asian opposition to biotech spring wheat steadfast   Oct 9, 2002
Reuters

Chinese study casts new doubt on GM crop technology   Jun 9, 2002
Pakistani Dawn

Chinese researcher says genetically altered cotton will lose effectiveness   Jun 3, 2002
Associated Press

China GMO cotton bad for environment
Greenpeace
SHANGHAI
  Jun 3, 2002
Reuters

     

FARMERS CLOSE DOWN MONSANTO OFFICE!
www.geocities.com/kmp_ph
  Dec 4, 2001