It could engender renewed debate, in the thick of high food prices that analysts and food sector think tanks including the FAO say are here to stay, over the urgent need to adopt new crop technoIogy and boost production to feed the world's burgeoning population. 

The annual report of the ISAAA (International Service for the Acquisition of Agri-biotech Applications) released said that India and other developing countries grew close to 43% of the biotech crops in 2010 and would exceed acreag...


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