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GMO: the discorde continues

The row over GMOs continues in Brussels.  The Commission today proposed maesures to ease the authorisation of GM crops in the EU by allowing contra-GM Member States to ban GMs even once authorised by the EU.  Catch up with the debate in this special report.

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