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Syngenta starts testing of GM corn crops in Romania

Marţi, 12 decembrie 2006, 0:00

Syngenta Agro SRL is the first company to test genetically modified corn in Romania. The moves comes as the Romanian authorities have decided to ban GM soy crops because the “problem” was not managed properly in the country at a time when the European Union is pushing to stop such crops.

The Environment Ministry authorized the testing of GM corn in May this year. The authorization is valid until 2009.

Syngenta Agro SRL represents Swiss group Syngenta Agro AG in Romania. The group is one of the major providers of crop protection products worldwide. Its best financial year so far was 2004, when company sales rose to 7.3 billion US dollars.

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