Biotechnology"s economic impact in Europe a survey of its future role in competitiveness.

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economic impacts of growing GM crops in developing countries to be highly variable, producing yield increases and economic benefits in some rather short-term studies, but far less in studies taking a long-term perspective (over more than ten years).

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