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22 August 2000
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10 August 2000
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8 March 2000
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28 February 2000
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24 February 2000
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22 February 2000
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11 February 2000
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10 February 2000
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  • Monsanto drops New Zealand GM wheat trial
    Monsanto is withdrawing its application for New Zealand field trials of genetically modified wheat, saying it is clear New Zealanders want more time to consider the technology.

  • Radical Polish farm leader attacks US pig giants
    Farmers union leader Andrzej Lepper claims US company SmithField Foods Inc plans to dominate the Polish pig market and push small producers out.

  • Vote of confidence for Delta
    Leading investment company Merrill Lynch has re-instated its coverage of Delta&Pine Land, describing it as the one independent agritech company which could escape most of the biotech controversy.

  • Pig farmers eye Denmark with alarm
    MOST of Denmarks pigs have painlessly made the transition to a diet without growth-promoting antibiotics, says the Danish pig industry. But if the rest of Europe followed suit, the cost would be crippling.

  • US rice growers set GM crop apart
    IN response to the growing controversy over genetically modified foods, the California rice industry has decided that the GM variety will be separated every step of the way from conventional rice.

  • Greaves to divest tractor business
    GREAVES Ltd has proposed to divest its tractor business to a joint venture with Same Deutz Fahr SPA of Italy as the partner

  • Ireland reports 14 new cases of BSE
    IRELANDS BSE figures for January show 14 cases of the disease, one more than the same time last year.

  • India and Mongolia sign seed pact
    INDIA and Mongolia have signed a Work Plan for exchange of seed samples, scientific and technical information and training-cum-study visits.

  • US GM crop sites under attack
    OPPONENTS of genetically engineered foods have staged night attacks on university and corporate research sites in at least 18 incidents and seven states since July.

  • Hungarian premier says country ready for EU in 2001
    HUNGARIAN prime minister Viktor Orban is confident that his country will be totally ready to join the EU by the end of 2001.

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4 February 2000
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14 December 1999
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10 December 1999
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25 November 1999
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19 November 1999
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12 November 1999
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29 October 1999
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29 October 1999
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6 October 1999
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  • 10 new cases of BSE in Ireland
    September saw 10 new cases of BSE confirmed in the Republic of Ireland. The total for 1999 so far stands at 57, eight more than at this time last year.

  • NZ sheep farmers suspicions over Wool Board review
    New Zealand wool growers fear that management consultants preparing a strategic plan for the Wool Board are too close to board members to be independent.

  • Korea sends back Belgian pork
    Three thousand tonnes of Belgian pork is being returned by South Korea in the wake of the Belgian dioxin contamination scandal.

  • How is Poland to spend EU cash?
    Annual EU aid to Poland is set to double to almost Euro1 billion next year, but confusion reigns on how the money is to be spent.

  • Concern at Hungarian PMs EU threat
    The Hungarian opposition voices concerns at the premiers threat to pull the country out of its EU admission application if EU demands are deemed excessive.

  • South American GM worries
    Delegates at a conference in Montevideo, Uruguay, consider the impact European resistance to genetically modified (GM) products could have on South American producers.

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