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SCOPUS 학술저널

Economic and Environmental Issues in International Trade and Production of Genetically Modified Foods and Crops and the WTO

Economic and Environmental Issues in International Trade and Production of Genetically Modified Foods and Crops and the WTO

International trade in agriculture is growing rapidly under the auspices of the WTO. Within agriculture, a recent contentious issue relates to trade in genetically modified foods and crops. This paper examines a variety of issues associated with these foods and crops both from advanced and developing countries perspectives. The paper notes significant concerns from a variety of perspectives

Ⅰ. Introduction

Ⅱ. Ecological, Social and Ethical Concerns in GM Agriculture

Ⅲ. WTO Rules, Precautionary Principle and GMOs

Ⅳ. Industrial and Geographical Concentrations of Genetic Engineering

Ⅴ. Consumer Perceptions of Food and Agriculture Biotechnology

Ⅵ. Agriculture Biotechnology and Developing Nations

Ⅶ. The Biosafety Protocol

Ⅷ. Concluding remarks

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