Fair share

By Andy Coghlan IT’S time for the rich multinationals that dominate agricultural biotechnology to help the poorest of the poor, say seven elite scientific bodies from around the world. In an unprecedented show of unity, they are calling on multinationals to consider forgoing profits on crop varieties destined for farmers in poor countries, and put genetically modified crops at the service of the 800 million people in developing countries who are desperate for a daily meal. The report is given extra force by the involvement of the national scientific bodies of India, Mexico, Brazil and China,
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