Ireland’s faces grain shortage as future imports in limbo

02.07.2014

Irish Agriland

The European Commission has failed to approve any GMO dossiers for the import of feed stuffs this year, leaving the import of grain and maize in limbo.

Industry sources say that, as a consequence, Europe’s  internal market will suffer as the international trade becomes frustrated waiting for a single signature to legalise their imports. In a few months’ time there may be a shortage of soya and maize by-products, if the imports cannot go ahead.

The full article is available here.

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