- President Donald Trump on Tuesday was expected to sign an executive order meant to streamline regulations and cut costs associated with biotechnology, the White House announced.
- The order would pressure international trading partners — including China — to lift barriers in the biotech industry, which creates products such as pesticides and genetically engineered plants bred to resist diseases, three sources told CNBC.
- The order was viewed as a way to bolster the bottom line of farmers caught in the crosshairs of Trump’s trade war with China, the sources said.
Trump to sign executive order to streamline biotech regulations amid US-China trade war
Published Tue, Jun 11 2019 4:42 PM EDTUpdated Tue, Jun 11 2019 6:56 PM EDT
Ah, vale. Y un juez ha cancelado el acuerdo de Oklahoma de los 85 millones mientras se asegura de que cumple con la nueva ley. :-o
Eso me huele a untamiento de los buenos.