Modelling Possible Impacts of GM Crops on Australian Trade. Stone, S.; Matysek, A.; and Dolling, A. 2002.
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[From Aim of the study] This study examines the possible impacts of genetically modified (GM) technology on Australia’s output, exports and imports of non-wheat grains and oilseeds using various assumptions about productivity gains, consumer attitudes and regulation costs in Australia and overseas. Since changes in Australia’s trading patterns do not occur in isolation, the paper also provides an indication of some of the effects on Australia’s main trading partners.
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