November 27, 2012 - The Natural Independent
The genetically modified food industry’s biggest player, Monsanto, is reportedly set to receive $40 million in U.S. dollars worth of financial support from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development according to the website bankwatch.org.
The monetary assists/bailout will be offered for contracts made by the U.S. GMO giant with medium and large farmers and distributors in countries such as Bulgaria, Russia, Serbia, Turkey, Ukraine and Hungary. It was not clear in the article what impact GMO bans in places such as Hungary and Russia would have on the situation. The funds will go to companies that cannot pay for either seeds or the wide variety of agrochemicals sold by Monsanto that they had originally committed to buy but aren’t able to afford.... http://www.deathrattlesports.com/archives/9838/monsanto-on-verge-of-40-million-gmo-bailout-in-europe-report/
The Ecologist, September 11, 2014
-▶ UKRAINE OPENS UP FOR MONSANTO, LAND GRABS AND GMOs : A CONDITION OF LOANS BY THE WORLD BANK AND IMF. the World Bank and IMF loan has opened up Ukraine to major corporate inroads, writes Joyce Nelson. Loan conditions are forcing the deeply indebted country to open up to GMO crops, and lift the ban on private sector land ownership. US corporations are jubilant at the 'goldmine' that awaits them.
The Global Chemical Biotech Cartel - An unprecedented power over world agriculture and human health http://www.scoop.it/t/agriculture-gmos-pesticides/p/1716244040/the-global-chemical-biotech-cartel-an-unprecedented-power-over-world-agriculture-and-human-health
The New Biomassters - Marketing Synthetic Biology and The Next Assault on Biodiversity and Livelihoods http://www.scoop.it/t/agriculture-gmos-pesticides/p/1849165755/the-new-biomassters-marketing-synthetic-biology-and-the-next-assault-on-biodiversity-and-livelihoods
Leaked: US to Start ‘Trade Wars’ with Nations Opposed to Monsanto, GMO Crops http://www.scoop.it/t/agriculture-gmos-pesticides/p/946621471/leaked-us-to-start-trade-wars-with-nations-opposed-to-monsanto-gmo-crops