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June 5th, 2003

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

Abstract:
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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