U.S., Europe Clash on Genetically Modified Crops

After waiting more than four years for Europe to lift a ban on approving new varieties of genetically modified crops, the United States threatens to take its case to the World Trade Organization. The WTO could impose stiff penalties on countries that violate trade rules. NPR's Kathleen Schalch reports.

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