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Royal Commission On Genetic Modification

The Royal Commission on Genetic Modification will begin its formal hearings on Monday, 16 October at 9:30am at Quality Inn Hotel's Challenge Hall, 355 Willis Street, Wellington.

Appearing in the first week are:
Aventis CropScience Pty Ltd,
DuPont New Zealand Carter Holt Harvey Ltd
Fletcher Challenge Forests Ltd
New Zealand Forest Industries Council
Crop&Food Research
Forest Research
Landcare Research
Wrightson Ltd

From 23 October, the hearings will be held at: Level 11, Dalmuir House, 114
The Terrace, Wellington.

For details about the process and schedules, please click here:

Members of the public are welcome to view the proceedings.

Please contact me if you have any queries.

Kind regards

Sarah Adamson
Media Relations Officer

Royal Commission on Genetic Modification
Dalmuir House, 114 The Terrace, PO Box 3554, Wellington, New Zealand
Ph: +64 4 495 9151 Fax: +64 4 495 9153

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