‘Monsanto shouldn’t be allowed to exploit farmers’: India vows to break up GM-cotton monopoly

India has vowed to protect farmers from exploitation and continue regulating the price of genetically modified cotton seeds in the country, looking to break down the monopoly of Monsanto – a US based agrochemical giant which controls 90 percent of the Indian market. Read Full Article at RT.com

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