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Első szerző:Nábrádi András (közgazdász, agrárökonómus)
Cím:Economics of GM crop cultivation / András Nábrádi and József Popp
Megjegyzések:Asynchronous approval of new GM crops across intemational jurisdictions is of growing concem due to its potential impact onglobal trade. Different countries have different authorisation procedures and, even if regulatory dossiers are submitted at the same time,approval is not given simultaneously (in somé cases, delays can even amount to years). Fór instance, by mid-2009 over 40 transgenic eventswere approved or close to approval elsewhere bút nőt yet approved - or nőt even submitted - in the EU. Yet, like somé other jurisdictions, theEU alsó operates a zero-tolerance policy to even the smallest traces of nationally unapproved GM crops (so-called low-level presence). Theresultant rejection of agricultural imports has already caused high economic losses and threatens to disrupt global agri-food supply chains.The risk that feed supplies could be affected by a low-level presence of non-EU approved GM material could be resolved if the EU alloweda tolerance fór this, rather than operating a strict zero tolerance as now. The Commission has undertaken to come forward with a nonlegislativetechnical solution to address the difficulties created by a strict zero tolerance policy. To what extent this would be helpful willdepend on the natúré of the proposed solution.
Tárgyszavak:Társadalomtudományok Gazdálkodás- és szervezéstudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény hazai lapban
crop cultivation
supply chain of commodity crops
Megjelenés:Apstract. - 5 : 3-4 (2011), p. 7-19. -
További szerzők:Popp József (1955-) (közgazdász)
Internet cím:Intézményi repozitóriumban (DEA) tárolt változat
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