French ministries to block magistrates' decision to OK GM crop-planting

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France's highest administrative body gives go-ahead to planting of genetically modified corn, but two key ministries said they would block the move.

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France's highest administrative body has annulled rules suspending the planting of genetically modified corn, but two key ministries quickly said the government is still looking for ways to block such crops, reports The Associated Press.