The spiralling agenda of agricultural biotechnology

The genetic engineering revolution in agriculture is outrunning the ability of official institutions in Europe to handle the challenges it is throwing down. With huge recent expenditures on research and acquisitions behind them, biotechnology businesses are pressing ever harder for a return on their investments. The speed of change is leading to a host of cross-cutting demands from environmental, consumer, farming, food and retail groups which are being handled poorly at UK and EC level - while official and business attempts to bolster confidence in the regulatory system are way off addressing the roots of public unease about the technology.

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