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Top view: A reaper works in a rice field in Tarim reclamation area of Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on Oct. 11, 2016.
China’s Love/Hate Relationship with GMOs: Government Pursues Plans for Its GMO Program, Faces Opposition from Citizens

Bayer's North American headquarters in New Jersey.
Bayer Acquires Monsanto in $66 Billion Deal to Create Agrochemical Giant

China's Ministry of Agriculture says there is no need to put up exclusive zones for growing non-GMO soybeans.
China's Agriculture Ministry Says No to Exclusive Zones for Non-GMO Soybeans

A Chinese farmer works at a hybrid rice field on June 20, 2006, in Changsha City, Hunan Province of China.
Chinese Scientists Push for Wider GMO Use Amid Protests

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Chinese chemical company ChemChina allayed fears that its recent purchase of Syngenta will cause the introduction of hybrid corn and other genetically modified crops.
ChemChina Says Syngenta Deal Will Have 'Positive Impact' Amid GMO Concerns

Sectors like mining, agriculture, and equipment repair will be, however, out of the index’s reach as “good” data from these industries can be difficult to get.
Global Acreage of GM Crops Dropped 1 Percent After 20 Years

The Chinese government has only approved the growth of GM papaya and cotton in the country, while GM soybeans, beets, rapeseed and corn are imported overseas.
GMOs Still a Divisive Topic Among Chinese

Farmers have been planting GM soybeans for better yield despite the crop's illegal status.
Illegal GM Soybeans Being Grown in Heilongjiang Province

A sign supporting non-GMO products in the U.S.
GMO Crops Will Be a Strong Resource for a Nation with 22 Percent of the World's Population

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