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The Cultivation of Genetically Modified Organisms in the European Union: A Necessary Trade-Off?

Bibliographic reference Randour, François ; Janssens, Cédric ; Delreux, Tom. The Cultivation of Genetically Modified Organisms in the European Union: A Necessary Trade-Off?. In: Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 52, no.6, p. 1307-1323 (2014)
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