Germany's top court on Wednesday rejected a complaint that restrictive laws on
cultivating crops with genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) violate the
The constitutional court in Karlsruhe turned down a complaint from the state government of
Saxony-Anhalt that restrictions on GMO cultivation unfairly damaged the
interests of farmers interested in growing GMO crops.
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