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Should our diplomats be Monsanto saleswomen?

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A State department official in Hong Kong explained in January 2009 that his diplomatic post “played a key role in reversing Hong Kong (HK) regulators’ intention to announce a mandatory scheme” for labeling of which foods are genetically modified. The cable, intercepted by Wikileaks, went on: Continuing an effective biotech outreach program, which was greatly assisted by last year’s grant, is...

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