U.S. Wants Europe to Lift Ban on Biotech Food The Bush administration plans to file a complaint with the World Trade Organization to try to end a European ban on genetically-altered food produced in the United States. Europe has had a moratorium on such crops for the past five years. The U.S. says the ban is an illegal trade barrier. NPR's Chris Arnold Reports.
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U.S. Wants Europe to Lift Ban on Biotech Food

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U.S. Wants Europe to Lift Ban on Biotech Food

U.S. Wants Europe to Lift Ban on Biotech Food

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The Bush administration plans to file a complaint with the World Trade Organization to try to end a European ban on genetically-altered food produced in the United States. Europe has had a moratorium on such crops for the past five years. The U.S. says the ban is an illegal trade barrier. NPR's Chris Arnold Reports.