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Regulation of genetically modified organisms in the European Community. Part I. The proposal for a council directive on the contained use of genetically modified micro-organims

, : Regulation of genetically modified organisms in the European Community. Part I. The proposal for a council directive on the contained use of genetically modified micro-organims. Proceedings of the European workshop on law and genetic engineering, Hamburg, Germany, 14-15 December 1989: 25-27

The Directive on the contained use of genetically modified micro-organisms which was agreed upon by the Council of Ministers in June 1989 addresses the use of genetically modified micro-organisms in all systems where barriers are used to restrict dissemination of live material to the external environment.

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