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Biotechnology in China – regulation, investment, and delayed commercialization
GM Crops & Food  (IF3.074),  Pub Date : 2022-05-04, DOI: 10.1080/21645698.2022.2068336
Zhihua Xiao, William A. Kerr


China has been investing heavily in biotechnology to increase agricultural productivity. While a number of Chinese developed GM crops have cleared the required scientific hurdles – some more than a decade ago – commercialization has not been approved. The regulatory regime for GMOs in China is relatively less well understood than that of the US or the EU. This paper provides a systematic overview of China’s regulatory regime, R&D investment and delayed commercialization decisions on biotechnology over the last 40 years and draws some conclusions regarding the likelihood of the commercialization for major GM crops in the future.