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June 5th, 2003

Patently Wrong! Monsanto species patent on soy beans upheld in Munich

After delays, denial, and double standards, Monsanto maintains unjust monopoly on major food crop. Time to talk to the cooks about a new recipe? ETC Group also regards the maintenance of this patent as a dangerous precedent for other broad claims on new emerging technologies, in particular nanotechnology.


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