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ECJ advocate general issues crucial opinion on regulation of GMOs in the EU

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The mutagenesis exemption in the so-called GMO directive on genetically modified organisms remains valid, but organisms obtained via this breeding technique can be classified as GMOs if they meet the criteria laid down in the legislation itself, the Advocate General of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) said. 

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