(Reuters) - U.S. taxpayers are footing the bill for overseas lobbying that promotes controversial biotech crops developed by U.S.-based Monsanto Co and other seed makers, a report issued on Tuesday said. Full story
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Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court following arguments in his case against global seed giant, Monsanto. in Washington, in this February 19, 2013 file photo. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled May 13, 2013 that Bowman had violated agribusiness company Monsant
A Portugal Telecom tower stands in Monsanto park in Lisbon February 28, 2013. Portugal Telecom beat expectations with a 10 percent rise in quarterly net profit, helped by lower operating costs and a gain from disposals while revenue fell amid a deepening recession in Portugal. PT said on Thursday f
Mark Walters , attorney for Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman , speaks to the media outside the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in Bowman's case against global seed giant, Monsanto. The dispute started when soybean farmer Bowman bought and planted a mix of unma
Indiana soybean farmer Vernon Bowman walks from the Supreme Court in Washington, February 19, 2013, following arguments in his case against global seed giant, Monsanto. The dispute started when soybean farmer Bowman bought and planted a mix of unmarked grain typically used for animal feed. The plant