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Date:4/26/2012

Produce By Year in Millions of

Hectares 17

GM Crops Fail to Live up to Expectations in the US 18

US Soybean and Corn Crop to Witness Robust Growth 18

FDA Compliance to Spur Growth in the US Biotech Industry 18

Canada Reaches Million Acres Mark 18

Table 3: Canadian Biotech Crop Produce by Leading Crops

(2011) 19

 

Table 4: Biotech Maize in Canada: Percentage Share Breakdown

by Varieties with Single Stacked gene, Two Stacked genes, and

Triple Stacked genes (2011) 19

Small and Medium Sized Biotech Enterprises to Grow in Europe 19

Germany and UK- The Hub of European Gene Therapy Market 20

Spain Garners Leading Spot in Europe's GM Maize Market 20

Table 5: Biotech Maize Hectarage in Europe (2011) 20

GMO Crops' Future Hinges on Co-Existence Measures in EU 21

European Commission Downplays Impact of GM Crops 21

Biotech Crops Remain in a Political Standstill in Europe 21

European Nations Ban GM Potato and Maize 21

UK Government's GM Crops Proposal Faces Rebuff 22

Spanish Transgenic Corn Plantation Increases 22

Ireland: A GM-free Zone 22

Gene Therapy Pipeline Strengthens in Asia 23

GM Foods Trends in Asia 23

Bt Cotton Fails in Asia 24

Chinese Biopharmaceutical Market to Continue its Growth Spurt 24

Government to Support Biopharmaceutical Innovation 24

Biotech Crop Research Gains Momentum in India 25

The Great Indian Bt Brinjal Controversy 25

India - The Leading Cultivator of Bt Cotton 25

India Ousts China in Bt Cotton Cultivation 25

Indian Agri-Bio Industry on a Roll 26

India: Ban on Genetically Engineered Crops? 26

Legalization of Genetic Engineering in Indonesia 26

GM Crops to Earn Good Returns for Australia 26

Biotechnology - A Boon for Agriculture in Malaysia 27

Poor Biotech Crops Adoption in Africa 27

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