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Agricultural biotechnology and intellectual property: seeds of change
In recent years the development of agro-food biotechnology significantly differed between the EU and the USA. While in the EU a quasi-moratorium was agreed on in 1999 preventing the commercial cultivation of transgenic crops in the EU, such plants are produced on millions of hectares in the USA and other parts of the world. This paper aims to give some insight in the effects of this differing situation on innovation activities in the field of agro-food biotechnology in the two regions. Firstly,doi:10.1079/9781845932015.0231 fatcat:dywq3i47zbhire6oodjstgcscm