How is smuggling saving the corn deficit in Bolivia?

Producers denounce that corn smuggled from Argentina reaches the government grain storage company Emapa and demand the resignation of the manager of the state-owned company. The discussion on the approval of transgenic crops is revived with these denunciations.

Bolivia prohibits transgenics in its laws, but the corn that the state grain company collects is transgenic according to tests carried out by the producers of the Association of Oilseed and Wheat Producers (Anapo).

In addition, many producers accept that their crops already use contraband seeds imported . . .

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